Working for Wye - past, present and future

Logic Model

The Logic Model (also called a Theory of Change) summarises the conditions, intended outcomes and intended impacts for each of the Our Place Wye projects. This is a 'work in progress' alongside the Operational Plan and Business Plan, the most recent versions of which are available to download. Please follow the links below.

Download the Logic Model

'What is a logic model?

• A description of our theory or assumptions about how an intervention affects outcomes (rather than a description of what happens in real life)'

• It describes our "theory of change.'

Mark Petticrew, Professor of Public Health Evaluation, Dept. of Social and Environmental Health Research, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

  • Logic Model - Our Place Wye Business Plan (PDF, 173 Kb)

    Logic Model - Our Place Wye Business Plan Appendix 11

    What influences change to occur?

    Intended outcomes – What Does Good Look Like?

    Intended impacts:

    • Lower local hospital admission rates

    • Increased local volunteering rate

    • Higher percentage of people who say they feel connected to their neighbours

    • Higher "satisfaction and view of quality of life"

    • Greater individual ownership of the solutions to developing needs

    • People gain in choice and independence, helping the community to become stronger and self-sustaining

    • Greater understanding and appreciation across age groups

Download the Business Plan

Department for Communities and Local Government approved version

  • Business Plan - Our Place Wye (web version) (PDF, 1.2 Mb)

    Our Place Wye - a community and needs-led response to service provision in rural Kent

    Key words: Our Place Wye, independent living, independence, active lifestyle, integrated community, inclusive, personal and community resilience, capacity building, support networks, responsive, individual needs, healthy, caring, sustainable community, quality of life, all ages, social isolation, loneliness, prevention, Community Connector, Wye, person-centred care, asset-based community development, cohesion, engagement, social and economic development, partnership, co-working, Kent County Council, Ashford Clinical Commissioning Group, Ashford Borough Council, Wye with Hinxhill Parish Council, Wye, Neighbourhood Plan, Locality, Our Place, Department for Communities and Local Government, DCLG, Think Local Act Personal, Logic Model, SROI, CBA, Adult Social Care, Gloucesterhire Village and Community Agents cost benefit analysis, social enterprise, co-operative, mutual, community benefit society, Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, commissioning, Wye Centre

Last updated: Sat, 07 Dec 2019 21:05