Learn new skills and share experiences with people from other Big Local areas at our workshops and training events We will not be holding any face-to-face events until further notice, following government guidance on social distancing, but are holding training and events online.
Learn and discuss how social connections can be made to counteract...
Find out what the proposed planning shakeup means for Big Local
Share experiences and ideas with other Big Local areas
Learn how your Big Local area can manage community buildings
This session aims to provide a broad understanding of the risk...
A workshop to explore our understanding of mental health, reflecting on...
Share experiences and ideas with other Big Local partnerships
Learn about Turn2us and how they can help your Big Local...
Come and learn some top tips for using social media
Online learning event on the actions your Big Local can take
Panel discussion on building strong communities
Understand how community need may have changed
Watch the sessions back from this year's event
How can communities support residents experiencing loneliness?
A discussion on community creativity during COVID-19
A discussion on the importance of food resilience in communities
Learn how to use digital tools to measure change during COVID-19
This event has been postponed.
Share the impact of coronavirus on loneliness
A discussion on the importance of digital connectivity in communities
Learn about the Good Things Foundation and how your Big Local...
Be inspired to host community activities online
A discussion on the dynamics between public services and communities
An event for Big Local Workers
What are the impacts and causes of air pollution?
First session of new learning cluster tackling loneliness and social isolation
Community research that changes lives
Is your Big Local considering incorporating as a legal entity?
Events with Ted Howard, Director of the US-based Democracy Collaborative
How Big Local areas can lead or influence physical change.
Resources from over the two days
To hub, or not to hub...