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Creating a thriving community

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Different examples of bringing people together in a community
1. Know your community - Communities change - how well do we know ours?
2. Keeping safe - Neighbourhood watch - people working together to keep Hertfordshire safe
3. Shared space and activities - all welcome at the award winning Community Garden in St Albans
4. Connecting Conversations - empowering people to find new ways of tackling loneliness in communities in Hertfordshire



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Creating a thriving community

  1. 1. Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Hemant Mistry, Herts Equality Council Julie Lloyd, Hertfordshire Constabulary Community Safety Sue Thompson, Keith Batchelor, HertsWatch Kate Belinis, CDA Herts Susan Jessop, Connect Hertfordshire Programme What does a thriving community mean to you? Short examples and quiz Table discussions Our 2 key messages to feed back to conference
  2. 2. www.hertsequality.org How well do we know our community? Question 1 How many people live in Hertfordshire? 1.2 million Total population of Hertfordshire as at 2018 is 1,184,000
  3. 3. www.hertsequality.org How well do we know our community? Question 2 How many different languages are spoken in Hertfordshire schools? 200 different languages
  4. 4. www.hertsequality.org How well do we know our community? Question 3 What are the three most spoken first languages spoken in schools (other than English)? a. Polish b. Urdu c. Romanian
  5. 5. www.hertsequality.org How well do we know our community? Question 4 Which is the oldest settled BAME community in Hertfordshire? Indian
  6. 6. www.hertsequality.org Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Herts Equality Council is an independent charity Aim Promote equality of opportunity in all aspects of life in Hertfordshire Improve the quality of equality practice in Hertfordshire Mission Empower Hertfordshire’s diverse communities to have a strong voice Promote equality and diversity and work to reduce and remove barriers Purpose • Through consultation, scrutiny and debate to formulate responses to proposals from statutory partners. • Facilitate dialogue between identified groups/organisations and statutory partners. • Celebrate success, encourage optimism and motivate members to seek to achieve change in society
  7. 7. www.hertsequality.org Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Beneficiaries Age Disability Gender reassignment Marriage and civil partnership Pregnancy and maternity Race Religion and belief Sex Sexual orientation. Our target beneficiaries are individuals and communities in Hertfordshire in the protected characteristics under the Equalities Act 2010
  8. 8. www.hertsequality.org Creating a thriving community: bringing people together How could HEC support the work of your organisation? Contact Hemant Mistry Herts Equality Council info@hertsequality.org 078303 75073.
  9. 9. Working Together To Keep Hertfordshire Safe
  10. 10. Question: Reach of Neighbourhood Watch in Hertfordshire?
  11. 11. Based on simple idea: that neighbours can work together, in partnership with police, to reduce crime and create a better place to live, work and play.
  12. 12. Watch Liaison Team Local Policing Teams HertsWatch NHW Coordinators and Members
  13. 13. Local people at the heart of it
  14. 14. OWL Member Addresses Mapped: Watford. Over 153,000 member households in Herts Local people at the heart of it
  15. 15. Informed and alert communities are more able to protect themselves Police messages: local, timely, un-edited and undiluted
  16. 16. Question: Do you receive OWL messages?
  17. 17. Growing our membership and maintaining relationship with members…
  18. 18. Great Feedback “Just thought I'd message you to say thanks for all of the updates and work you do for our community. It's good to know we are in safe hands!” “Just a quick note to say I do like the owl emails. As a business owner and local resident it's great to see what you get up to, it's a bit like my work- there's a lot of stuff that goes on behind the scenes and we don't appreciate the work that goes on, Thanks again”
  19. 19. Work with a range of local partners Trading Standards: Rogue Traders Alerts; Postal Scams; Fake or Dangerous Goods, Promoting Trusted Traders, Bank Posters, etc. Fire Service: Joint working around support for elderly residents and fire/crime prevention visits. Public Health: Seasonal Health Advice , etc. Affinity Water: Support around the meter project. Citizens Advice (CAB): Information screens, etc. The Post Office: “Adopt a Post Office” and posters.
  20. 20. Work with a range of local partners Herts Emergency Planning: Agreement to send public alerts /information in event of emergencies. U3A: Crime prevention presentations /recruitment. District Councils: Dissemination of local messages, joint funding, joint working re: community safety. Red Cross: Distribution of welfare packs. Housing Associations: Promote NHW to residents. ….and several more.
  21. 21. With the help of caring local people in regular contact with an older resident(s) we provide messages specifically aimed at supporting our older residents . SENIOR WATCH www.owl.co.uk/herts/senior
  22. 22. BUSINESS WATCH
  23. 23. Can local residents help? What can we do for you….?
  24. 24. Question: Your organisation
  25. 25. Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Community Garden St Albans
  26. 26. List of communities Communities Supporters Little Eden Childminding group Mind in Mid-Herts HAWA St Albans Disability Group Food Smiles Heartbeats Pupil Referral Unit HACRO and Emmaus Beekeepers St Albans Social groups: Czech & Slovaks Woodcraft Older people Local schools Student: Duke of Edinburgh award Corporate Volunteer Days Tesco; Nationwide Building Society; Santander (Discovery Days); PwC; Inter-faith Herts CC Community Services Individuals with special needs Regular team of volunteers Groundwork Green Team Funders: CEMEX, TARMAC, Herts Community Foundation, Waitrose Community Matters X 2, Tesco Bags of Help X 2
  27. 27. Communities at large
  28. 28. National Award
  29. 29. Join us Thank you……
  30. 30. www.cdaherts.org.uk office@cdaherts.org.uk 01992 289060 @cdaherts HertsCDA
  31. 31. Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Question How could your work / your organisation benefit from making use of a shared space such as a community garden?
  32. 32. Effective leadership – relationships Finding new ways - to deliver positive change that really tackles loneliness in older adults Using an approach called Conversational Leadership we support older people with lived experience of loneliness to Contribute their views on an equal footing with Community organisations, Councils, Health … Empowering older people to contribute their views, insight and skills to shape services and influence the ways in which they work together Supported by the Older Peoples Network Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Leaders by experience - Loneliness as an asset
  33. 33. Table discussion 1. What does / could my organisation offer to contribute to a thriving community? 2. What could we offer in partnership with others on our table? How can Herts 2020 YOC help? 3. What action will you take forward?
  34. 34. Creating a thriving community: bringing people together Hemant Mistry, Herts Equality Council Julie Lloyd, Hertfordshire Constabulary Community Safety Sue Thompson, Keith Batchelor, HertsWatch Kate Belinis, CDA Herts Susan Jessop, Connect Hertfordshire

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