Ideas Hub July 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 July:
We spent a warm summer’s evening celebrating and learning about Bromley by Bow’s latest report on the centre’s community based approach to health and wellbeing.
In celebration of co-production week Miranda Keast of The Grace Eyre Foundation tells us about her experience of co-producing a community club night and learning to let go.
Adur and Worthing Councils create a space to chat and connect with other people at a public living room based in a local beach hut
We caught up with Nicholas Okwulu, founder of People Empowering People, and talked about creativity in the community and his future plans.
Change Please is a social enterprise which is using the nation’s love of coffee to reduce the UK’s homelessness population
Camerados are changing our hospital experience by using warm and welcoming teepees to give patients, visitors, and staff a chance to connect to each other.
We meet Jane Salazar, a pioneer who overcame the numerous challenges of developing a peer support group for people who could not talk.