The day is open to anyone who lives, works or cares about Battersea, e.g. local residents, community groups, charities, schools, local organisations, statutory services and more!
It’s going to be a jam-packed event for everyone to come together to hear the communities responses to Covid-19; discuss key issues for Battersea; meet potential partners; and plan ahead!
Local MP, Marsha de Cordova will be chairing the event.
Get your free tickets HERE (please share this link for tickets – it’s an open invite to anyone who lives and/or works in Battersea).
We look forward to seeing you on 8th October.
9:30am Arrive and refreshments
10:00 Welcome, housekeeping and introduction to the day
10:05 Community Stories – themed presentations from Battersea community groups and organisations on their response to Covid-19
11:05 Break – drinks & snacks
11:30 Community Conversations – Panel Q&A session
12:30 Lunch Break and Networking
1:15 Workshops – group discussions on the following themes: building partnerships, mobilising volunteers, enabling young people, tackling loneliness, isolation and mental health by strengthening communities.
Workshop session with planned follow-up meetings, turning words into action! All follow-up meetings will take place 10am-12pm, in person at the community venues listed below.
Theme Follow-up meetings
Arts & Culture 18th Nov – Providence House
Criminal Justice & Mentoring 09th Dec – Carney’s Community
Families 20th Jan’22 – St Peter’s
Elders & Organisational Support 24th Feb – KLS
Information Technology & Education 24th March – Caius House
2.30 Plenary Session – workshop feedback, discussion and next steps
See you there.