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Coventry Youth Activists (CYA) have premiered Episode 1 of their CYA on Your Sofa series and it’s a big one… featuring successful actor Sally Phillips of Bridget Jones, Smack the Pony and Miranda fame! Sally, a mother of three sons including Olly who has Down’s syndrome, zoomed into the conversation with our young people from […]Read More
A new podcast in a series about putting relationships at the heart of public policy has been released featuring Clare Wightman, Grapevine CEO. Her interview for ‘Love in Covid Times’ with Dr Michael Little explores how Grapevine looked inwards, not outwards, to find the answer of how to respond to the pandemic (you can also […]Read More
September’s Collaboration Station happens next Wednesday and everyone is invited to what will be a special event – it’s one year since our first! This month’s five breakout rooms have been announced as: Taking action together on litter in Coventry; War Memorial Park community call out, searching for people to help develop, launch and maintain […]Read More