My Town My Plan: Skibbereen 27th May

West Cork Hotel 7.00 til 9.00 pm on Mon 27th May  FREE

This is an open meeting for anyone interested in the future of the town. SECAD are providing supports and training to work with individuals and groups from across the town on a whole range of projects designed to improve the town and the networks and collaborations within it.  

See details here from SECAD and follow the link below to book your place.

To reserve a place, please call Nuala at SECAD on 021 4613432 or email noconnell@secad.ie

INFORMATION HERE: TRAINING EVENTS PAGE SECAD

“Would you like the chance participate in the process of planning for your local community? Join SECAD for the free My Town, My Plan training programme, funded through the LEADER programme and aimed at community group members and individuals who are interested in planning for their own town and surrounding areas.  It will run from Autumn 2019 in your town and will allow neighboring community members to discuss the future of their own area.  Groups can choose four of the topics listed below

Theme A: Enterprise and Asset Management:

Developing Community / Social Enterprise

Owning and managing community assets

Incubating and supporting the development of local business and trade

Future opportunities for retail and developing a retail strategy

Communities and Renewable Energy Production

Theme B: Social: Community & Volunteer Supports:

Designing an Age Friendly Town

Developing A Healthy Town Programme

Community financing for development of community services

Social inclusion in our town

Integration of new communities

Mental Health

Theme C: Environment:

Climate Change – How we can make a difference at a community / town level

Eco-Aware Town Design

Creating our Town Biodiversity Development Plan

The first meeting in May 2019 will be critical as it will allow SECAD & trainers from Cork Institute of Technology’s (CIT’s) Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence to shape your specific training programme to be delivered from September 2019.

We need as many people from different backgrounds, interests, ages and cultures to participate.  Please take this opportunity to become part of this important process aimed at sustaining your community’s vibrancy and resilience”

THE SECAD  MEETING WILL BE AT THE WEST CORK HOTEL SKIBBEREEN MONDAY 27TH MAY 7.00 PM

To reserve a place, please call Nuala at SECAD on 021 4613432 or email noconnell@secad.ie

INFORMATION HERE: TRAINING EVENTS PAGE SECAD