Live Facebook Soup Making – find out more contact Nat

Join the Inclusion Cornwall live facebook feed on

Monday 10th August 1pm

Contact: 07947976515

Email: Natalie.Goldsworthy@disabilitycornwall.org.uk

To cook along you will need

1 leek finely chopped

1 onion diced

6 large potatoes chopped

3 garlic cloves whole

1 litre chicken stock

Salt and pepper to taste



Come and work – Inclusion Cornwall is recruiting

Inclusion Cornwall Hub Worker (20000CG) – 22.5 hours

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Administrative Inclusion Cornwall Support Worker (20000CH) – 22.5 hours

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Administration Assistant (200000CU) – 14.5 hours

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BLM

Black Lives Matter started in 2013 when 3 woman of colour took a stand following the death of a young African American man called Travyon Martin. Advocating for an end to racial inequality on a mass scale they started the #BLM, which brought their message to a world stage. You can find out more here.

Today BLM is a massive global movement and it became even more visible following the recent death of George Floyd. People around the world took to the streets to protest the events that led to his death. Cornwall was no exception with 3 protests in Truro alone.

Counsellor Mike Thomas (chair of Inclusion Cornwall) said “Inclusion Cornwall has been at the forefront of tackling exclusion for 16 years and is committed to challenging racism and discrimination wherever it exists. We fully support the BLM movement and will continue to work together to make sure that Cornwall is a fair and inclusive place for EVERYONE, where no one gets left behind



Digital Skills

Don’t miss the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Digital Skills Partnership  working with others, to support communities during this time in drawing together information on digital tools that are freely available to support remote working for example, together with digital training to support the use of those tools.
We expect this information to be updated regularly, as organisations provide further support to those affected by Covid-19. Digital tools and skill



Would you be able to provide a service for our Village Works participants. Click Here for more details and you could be working with some of the key areas below:-

  • Generalised anxiety
  • Agoraphobia
  • Anger Management
  • Bereavement
  • Big life changes
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Low self esteem
  • Addiction
  • Coping with illness / disability
  • Cultural issues
  • Relationship tensions
  • Sexual and gender identify
  • Trauma
  • Phobias and compulsions

Deadline 26th May 2020.