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“I ‘ve never experienced a chance like this to thrive… full respect for the representation Grapevine gives by being guiding hands along the journey.”

Bengy Jake Speer, Changemaker and City of Culture Leadership Team member

Esther Foreman

“The movement we’ve seen in Coventry is revolutionising public health. We can’t wait to see what Grapevine do next.”

Esther Foreman, CEO, The Social Change Agency

Matt McStravick

“In the years to come, the skill of supporting diverse people to forge deep relationships is going to be vital. Grapevine wrote the book on this.”

Matthew McStravick, Creative Director, Deepr Design
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Coventry event celebrates communities coming together as part of UK-wide Reconnection Tour

People across Coventry will come together on Saturday 2 July to celebrate how local people are supporting each other through difficult times, as part of a UK-wide tour showcasing the power of connection in local communities. The Reconnection Tour is travelling the UK throughout May and June, and is a partnership between Grapevine Coventry and […]

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New jobs at Grapevine: Advocacy Officer and Community Organiser

We have two brand new jobs on offer at Grapevine – which means two different but equally fantastic opportunities to work alongside people in local communities, learn from experienced co-workers and develop your own role. First up is the position of Community Organiser in our Healthy Communities Together programme. Your mission will be to nurture […]

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Making participation the norm, not an add on

Today Gemma Musgreaves, Connecting for Good Cov community organiser, presents to a national audience on what it means to bring participation to the places, spaces and systems we work in. The RSA (Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) event is called ‘Living Change: People, Place and Participation’ – a hybrid event held simultaneously in […]

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