Annual General Meeting 2018

Highlights from the 2018 AGM – we even held our own question time (here are the Panel) Neil, Peter, Dave, Sue, Manda and Stacey

Dave Meneer (Wolf Rock Marketing)  (Standing in for David Dimbleby)

  • Manda Brookman – (COAST One Planet Tourism)
  • Neil Colquhoun (Citizens Advice Cornwall)
  • Sue Roberts (Coastline Customer)
  • Peter Jefferson – (Cornwall Rural Community Charity)
  • Stacey Sleeman (Economy, Skills and Culture, Cornwall Council )representing Kate Kennally

 

Jules from Devon and Cornwall Police taking about Hate Crime and Modern Slavery

Brian Tregunna with Joyce Duffin chatting at the AGM

Catch us at one of the meetings we regularly attend:-

  1. Inclusion Cornwall Steering Group
    1. Cornwall Migrant Workers Group
    2. Helston and the Lizard Works Steering Group
    3. Scilly Works Steering Group
  2. Welfare to Work Communications Group
  3. Liskeard Pilot Project – Employment and Community
  4. DWP Vulnerable Customers Group
  5. Health and Well Being Board – support role
  6. Poverty Forum – Food Poverty Group
  7. Multi-Agency Suicide Prevention Group
  8. Cornwall Equality and Diversity Network (incorporating the Diversity Network for Cornwall)
  9. Cornwall Homelessness Strategy Group
    1. Nos Da (No First Night Out)
    2. Under 22 and under 35 Housing  Working Group
  10. Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG)
  11. Winter Wellbeing Partnership
    1. Homeless Discharge Group
    2. LA Flex Group (Devolution)
  12. I Cornwall (Digital)
  13. CRCC Families Together Grant Panel
  14. Penwith and Mid Cornwall community mental health Interagency meetings

Annual General Meeting 2017

This year the AGM took place on the 21st June 2017 in Truro.

A Wave from the AGM

Thanks to our partners CHAOS and Acts 435 for attending and telling us about their work.

An overview of the year was provided by Andrea Gilbert Inclusion Cornwall Manager

Key areas of work for the following year was agreed:-

  1. Continue to challenge with diplomacy for all inclusion issues
  2. Link our Inclusion priorities with partners
  3. Link with Devolution, the Local Enterprise Partnership and the Health and Well Being Board
  4. Develop the Inclusion Cornwall Hub Conversations

Crisis Ladder Game

Marita (CRCC) and Anthony (Public Health) ready for the AGM

Dean (Pentreath) volunteered to play the Crisis Game

Jeremy from Acts435

The AGM Minutes

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