Suffolk Village Halls & Community Buildings Conference- 19th November 2019

October 15, 2019

Categories: Community Buildings | Events

Community Action Suffolk Village Halls and Community Building Conference has been developed to bring together all those involved with managing and running these vital community assets from across the county.

Providing an engaging networking event where the latest information, best practice and support available in Suffolk is delivered to ensure your community buildings are fit for purpose for the 21st Century.

Date: Tuesday 19 November 2019
Venue: Needham Market Community Centre, School Street, Needham Market, Ipswich, IP6 8BB
Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm (registration and market place from 9.30am)
Cost: £ 45
Title: Suffolk Village Halls and Community Buildings Conference
Spaces: 100

Online booking link here

The event expects to attract delegates from the hundreds of village halls and community buildings from across Suffolk. Attendee’s will have the chance to network with others, hear from national speakers, engage with professional trade stands and learn/develop new skills and practices.

Delegate workshops are designed to support you to build a sustainable future for your community building. These include:  project and business planning, promotions and marketing of your village hall and funding, sustaining and maximising the use of your community building.

Keynote speakers include Flick Humphrey, Promotions & Marketing Manager at National ACRE,  Senior Fire Officers from Suffolk Fire & Rescue and  Angie Lee –Foster, Suffolk Pro Help Manager.

Trustees, officers, staff and volunteers involved with village halls and community buildings are invited to attend, places are priced at £45 which includes refreshments and lunch.

The day is designed for networking with others, hearing from national speakers and learning new skills and practices to support you managing your halls and buildings in the most effective and sustainable way.

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