On 10 March, 72 folk from community groups and organisations across Scotland came together for a day of learning at Scottish Communities CAN’s third annual Gathering. After previous events in Glasgow and Edinburgh, this one was in Stirling, at the Albert Halls.
As we arrived, we grabbed a coffee and put our projects on the giant map. Some were pleased to see they were still there from last year. Melness and Tongue Community Trust were our most Northerly cousins this year.
Robin got us all up on our feet in a game of dynamic handshakes, and we heard a bit about how games and activities help us to explore concepts and situations.
‘Beyond the usual suspects’ discussion with Kathy and Caro from KSB
Opportunities from the Community Empowerment Bill – Ian Cooke stood in for Angus Hardie
People brought their project materials to show and share
Preloved possessions awaiting new homes – ‘Pass it On’
On-the-spot feedback while it’s fresh in our minds
If you were there, please take a few minutes to give us your feedback, even if you were involved in the event. You should have an email in your Inbox from Friday afternoon.
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See you in September at Comrie?