Social Action Hub Wiltshire + Swindon

The latest from Katrina + Clara's blog.

Alana’s Story: Taking a leap of faith

This month, we’re proud to reveal a wonderful reflection story from Alana – a local volunteer. A joy and inspiration to work with, Alana’s story reveals how Social Action Hub Wiltshire + Swindon supported Alana when all she needed was a helping hand

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Hannah’s Story: Them dodgy flats on Aylesbury Street

Within 3 months, no drug users, no homeless, no rats, no overflowing bin shed and 21 flats that had returned to being homes….finally. Read how Community Organising training helped Hannah (and her fellow residents) get together to make positive changes to their housing conditions.

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Guys Marsh Prison Training Day

Community Organisers Katrina and Clara recently spent a day at HM Guys Marsh Prison in Shaftesbury, delivering an Introduction to Community Organising Training Day to 13 prisoners due to be released in the next year.

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We have now reached a point where we have a substantial amount of feedback forms from people who have taken part in our Introduction to CO day. Its important to us to be able to listen to people that have taken part in the training so that we can see what is going well and also what needs changing or adapting.

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Introducing new Community Organiser Clara

A joint blog from Community Organisers Alex and Clara. Alex says goodbye to the Social Action Hub project for a new role and introduces Clara, a new Community Organiser for Social Action Hub Wiltshire + Swindon. Welcome Clara!

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Amazing CO meet up 2018

Community Organisers Blog We recently returned to our 'Mothership'; Yarnfield park, to reconnect with all of our fellow Community Organisers. For Katrina and I we really love this; not just for getting away for a few days but for hearing about all the...

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We have already had quite a fab time with the Social Action Hub work. We are delighted to have the news that our bid for delivering the training to NCS graduates was accepted!

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