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Minutes 2020-0204 Council

Minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on 4th February 2020

Wed, 11 Mar 2020

Agenda 2020-0317 Resources

Agenda for the Resources & General Purposes committee to be held on Tuesday 17th March 2020 at 18:45

Wed, 11 Mar 2020

Agenda 2020-0224 Resources

Agenda for the Resources & General Purposes committee 24th February 2020 at 18:45

Tue, 18 Feb 2020

Minutes 2019-1218 Extraordinary Council

Minutes of the Extraordinary Parish Council meeting held on 18th December 2019

Thu, 09 Jan 2020

Minutes 2019-1106 Council

Minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on 6th November 2019

Thu, 05 Dec 2019

Minutes 2019-1016 Resources

Minutes of the Resources & General Purposes committee meeting held on 16th October 2019

Thu, 17 Oct 2019

Agenda 2019-1010 Extraordinary Council

Agenda for the Extraordinary Parish Council meeting to be held on 10th October 2019 at 17:00

Fri, 04 Oct 2019

2015-0701 Report Co-operative Advantage

2015-0701 Report of a discussion under Chatham House Rules, after the launch of The Co-operative Advantage.

The Co-operative Advantage - innovation, co-operation and why sharing business ownership is good for Britain.

"Britain needs to nurture a new approach for economic success. Our ingredient for this will be to harness innovation trends that are encouraging a far stronger dose of economic collaboration. This is the co-operative advantage – co-operating in order to compete." - See more at:

Thu, 09 Jul 2015

A glass half-full - how an asset approach can improve community health and wellbeing

"...Flourishing communities are those where everyone has someone to talk to, neighbours look out for each other, people have pride and satisfaction with where they live and feel able to influence decisions about their area. Residents are able to access green and open space, feel safe going out and there are places and opportunities that bring people together.

"A good place to start is looking at where communities are already flourishing. For too long we have concentrated on the deficits and problems within communities and it is time for a different approach. Assessing and building the strengths of individuals and the assets of a community opens the door to new ways of thinking about and improving health and of responding to ill-health. It has the potential to change the way practitioners engage with individuals and the way planners design places and services. It is an opportunity for real dialogue between local people and practitioners on the basis of each having something to offer. It can mobilise social capacity and action and more meaningful and appropriate services..."

Dr Ruth Hussey, OBE

Regional Director of Public Health / Senior Medical Director for NHS North West and DH North West

Mon, 01 Mar 2010