Ideas Hub January Round-up

In case you missed them the first time around, here’s a round-up of all the stories posted on the Ideas Hub in January:

Idea of the Month – A small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world
Our Idea of the Month for January comes from Margaret Mead and fills us with inspiration & hope for the year ahead.

The New Website
Our new Ideas Hub is launched – from successful pilot to permanent website

Landermeads Care Home
We look at how a family-orientated re-think at Landermeads Nursing Home improved life for residents.

Interview: Jane McGrath, West London Collaborative
We interview Jane McGrath of West London Collaborative and hear about better and braver solutions to local health and social care challenges.

Report: What good could look like in psychological services for young people
We look at a report challenging our understanding of mental health services for young people.

Interview: Rebecca Trevalyan, Library of Things
We spoke to Rebecca Trevalyan of Library of Things, a community space where local people can borrow, share and learn.

Case study: Grow, Share, Cook
A fantastic volunteer-based project – Plymouth’s response to food poverty in the city.

Interview: Darin Halifax, Grow Share Cook
We spoke to Darin Halifax of Grow, Share, Cook and learnt more about tackling hunger in Plymouth.

Case study: The Well
We check out The Well, a sanctuary for people affected by drugs and alcohol which provides something different to traditional services.

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