This is a great chance to help Alyth realise its full potential – we’re looking for a very special individual with the skills and experience to generate the resources we need to achieve our ambitious goals for the town: could that be you?
If you’re new to using Zoom to communicate with family, friends and colleagues during the lockdown, we’ve created a short guide that we hope will be helpful: https://lovealyth.org.uk/projects/guide-to-using-zoom/
The May edition of our e-newsletter is now available to download from the newsletter archive menu below right. Read about what we’ve been doing during lockdown.
Our next board meeting is scheduled for tomorrow, Monday 1 June, starting at 7.00pm. As normal during lockdown, it’s going to be a virtual meeting over the internet, but that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t welcome guests who want to sit in and hear more about what we’re currently up to. If you’d like to listen in, please email us via email@example.com and we’ll send you login details when they are ready.
The minutes of our Directors? meetings in November and December are now available?here.
Our next board meeting takes place this evening, Monday, 4 November, at the Lossett Inn, starting at 7.00pm. All welcome to come and hear what we?re up to – we’d love to see you there!
The minutes of our Directors? meeting in October are now available?here.
The minutes of our Directors’ meetings in August and September are now available here.
Just a gentle reminder that our 2019 Annual General Meeting takes place next Monday evening, 23 September, starting at 7.30pm in the Community Wing at Alyth Primary School, Albert Street, Alyth. You can download the agenda and other papers for the meeting here.
Beyond Community Engagement: Delivering Co-Production in Practice
This briefing will examine the next steps for genuine and meaningful citizen participation to enhance services and outcomes.
Working with people and communities to improve outcomes?
In September 2016, the revised National Standards for Community Engagement were launched?building on the original 2005 standards, a growing range of practice and ongoing implementation of the Community Empowerment Act.
Co-production ? the process of utilising all service stakeholders? skills, lived and professional experience to develop better services ? is the next rung on the participation ladder, so how can professionals work with people and communities to improve services and outcomes?
Attend this Holyrood briefing to examine the latest co-production developments and good practice.