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The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Activities and Capacity of the Voluntary and Community Sector in Health and Care in Lincolnshire

Coronavirus survey

 

 

This fast moving survey reveals the deep and potentially worsening impact the coronavirus is having on VCS organisations in Lincolnshire. It also has some very positive suggestions for the way forward. Many of the findings will be similar to experiences in other rural settings across the UK.

Waste management

Community Benefit

We are evaluating a fund that recognises the service residents provide to the nation by hosting a low level waste facility.

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Sensory Bus

Sensory Bus

We are evaluating a sensory bus and library service that supports children and adults in rural communities.

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Community Resources

Community Resources

We are supporting C.A.R.E. (Community Active and Rural Enterprise) to work in 16 villages and hamlets in Leicestershire.

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Inward Migration

Inward Migration

We’re working with Boston Borough Council and community partners to evaluate a programme of activity aimed at promoting community cohesion.

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Mytholmroyd Station Building Adoption Report

Mytholmroyd Station Building Adoption Report

 

 

A feasibility study into the adoption of this key building. Conducted by Ivan and Jessica for the Station Building Group in Mytholmroyd.

UK Fishing Forum 2018

Sustainable Harborough

Sustainable Harborough

 

 

Our evaluation report on this community sustainability project which ran from January 2013 to December 2017 in Market Harborough has been published. Sustainable Harborough was funded by the Lottery to help local people trial new and innovative projects on food, energy and environment.

Government

Rural Vulnerability

We’re working with the Rural Services Network to showcase how resourceful many communities are.

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Rural policing

Rural Crime

We’ve prepared a policy briefing for the Rural Services Network on where ‘rural’ fits on crime and policing agendas.

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