The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on many lives, the economy and local communities. Local (parish and town) councils are having to think differently about how they work, connect and engage with their communities to reflect this new context. Local councils were at the heart of the initial response to the pandemic and will play a vital role in the local leadership needed through the recovery and beyond.
This online event series will bring together national influencers, policymakers and decision-makers, along with people from across the local council sector to share the latest ideas and inspiration on how we can build back stronger and more resilient communities for the future.
For more information visit the NALC website at: www.nalc.gov.uk
About This Event
Sponsors: BHIB Councils Insurance, Blachere Illumination and CCLA
Single Event — NALC member: £30 — Non-member: £40
Full Week — NALC member: £220 — Non-member: £270
Before lockdown, many local councils across England were stepping up to the plate to get involved in the health and wellbeing agenda in their communities. COVID-19 has now permanently embedded the crucial role local councils have to play in health and wellbeing in their areas. An updated, online follow on to NALC’s original Spring Conference, Health and Wellbeing Week will showcase the relevance of local councils to all major aspects of community health – ranging from the future of health to partnership working. Book onto this exciting week of Leaders talk and In conversation sessions for an essential blend of strategic, practical and community-facing outcomes for your council residents.
More details on individual sessions (including, presumably, times) will be published on the organiser’s web site in due course.
Event Code: [NALC]