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Margaret Gearty and Jessie Wainwright are now friends
Mar 24, 2010
Jessie Wainwright posted an event
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Learning Journey: Visit to Local Food Links, Dorset at Bridport, Dorset

March 30, 2010 from 12pm to 4pm
This Trading Places visit will explore Local Food Links' award winning Centre for Local Food which provides ethically sourced fresh local food for 23 primary schools and a range of older peoples organisations as well as vocational training and community education. The visit is free to social and community enterprises in the South West and bursaries are available to cover the cost of travel. Lunch is included.For more information and to book a place visit…See More
Feb 15, 2010
Jessie Wainwright left a comment for Tim Crabtree
"Hello Tim. Looking forward to visiting you on 30th March! Best wishes"
Feb 15, 2010
Jessie Wainwright commented on Kel Portman's event 'Ramblings on Radio 4 with Walking the Land'
"This sounds great Kel - I will definately listen in! By the way - I have 5th Feb down for the next Stroud art walk but no time or meeting place!"
Jan 28, 2010
Jessie Wainwright is attending Kel Portman's event
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Ramblings on Radio 4 with Walking the Land at your radio

February 13, 2010 from 6am to 6:30am
BBC taken for a WalkSnow and ice didn’t deter the BBC radio 4’s Ramblings’ team from coming to Stroud and to be taken out across the Cotswold Hills by local artist collective Walking the Land.Clare Balding, the well known broadcaster and face of TV sports programmes along with her colleague Producer Lucy Lunt joined lead artists Tom Keating, Richard Keating and Kel Portman on a walk that took them through the woods and open spaces of Rodborough, to draw, record and photograph the landscape.The…See More
Jan 28, 2010
Phillip Padden left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hello Jessie, Thank you for your invitation and I am sorry to have taken so long to respond. I like the "Survive and Thrive" theme and it lines up with the way I and my friends and colleagues are thinking. I am working on projects in both…"
Jan 17, 2010
Jessie Wainwright left a comment for Nick Weir
"Hello Nick Did you get my email? Look forward to hearing from you"
Jan 14, 2010
Juliet Rose left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hi Jessie yes very keen to link up - there is lots of cross over with what we are doing. I think we may have an event or two to plan ! We need to think about the Arts cafe ideas we had. I'll give you a call next week to see if we can find a…"
Jan 14, 2010
Jessie Wainwright left a comment for Brian James Gibb
"Hi Brian - Glad to hear you might attend some of the fabulous visits and events we've got planned. If you would like to join us - please do make sure you book a place at www.thrivingenterprises.net - that way you make sure you are fed a…"
Jan 13, 2010
Brian James Gibb might attend Jessie Wainwright's event
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Preparing the Ground: A training event for trustees and leaders at Stroud, Gloucestershire

February 26, 2010 from 10am to 4pm
Reduced public spending means reduced funding. The 'funding fertile' days are over - what plans has your organisation developed to ensure you will flourish on stony ground?A day of forward planning and new ideas, facilitated by the Development Trusts Association.* A New Approach to Fundraising – how to make money when there isn't any around!* The Early Warning Guide – how to read the danger signs and what to do about them* The Entrepreneurial Board – creating a strong and resourceful board that…See More
Jan 12, 2010
Bob Rhodes left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hi Jessie, It seems that LivesthroughFriends is one of just a few initiatives that understands that the whole personalisation/self-direction thing is about communities and families, not just an extension of consumerism. Getting…"
Jan 8, 2010
Nick Weir left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hi Jessie Happy for you to use Stroudco as a case study. We already have a bit of a case study written up. Not sure how to attach it here. If you send me an email (nick.weir@localfood.org.uk) I will send it to you Cheers Nick"
Jan 7, 2010
Hazel Stuteley left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hello Jessie,Paul and all, Delighted to be your fiery friend Jessie! I.m a big fan of DTA. Recently met 2 super ladies at Whitehall Dept Health seminar on Health Inequalities, Isabelle Pitt and Linda Damerall. Yes I.m sure we should join…"
Jan 7, 2010
Paul Delahoy left a comment for Jessie Wainwright
"Hi Jessie, look forwatrd to seeing what's what, you may be interested to look at the Devon Heartlands Community Devcelopment Trust website at www.devonheartlands.co.uk that have been doing pioneering work on Community Engagement and feature in…"
Jan 6, 2010
Jessie Wainwright joined Lars Stenberg's group
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A Sense of Place

We seek to define the intangible qualities that make communities thrive. We look at future thinking, social and cultural capital, place-based learning, health, sustainability, inclusion and participation.
Jan 6, 2010

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Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
I am managing a programme of training, knowledge and skills exchange and mutual support for rural communitiy groups and socual enterprises in the South West called 'Survive and Thrive'. The programme aims to build stong networks of support throughout the South West, facilitates 'Learning Jorneys' (free) Training Events (also free!) and online learning and collaboration (ALSO free!) Click on the website for news about how to get involved. The programme is very flexible so contact us if you have an idea or challenge you'd like help with!
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I am one of the Regional Development Officers for the Development Trusts Association in the South West of England. The Development Trusts Association is the leading network of community enterprise practitioners dedicated to helping people set up development trusts and helping existing development trusts learn from each other and work effectively.
Website:
http://www.thrivingenterprises.net

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If you are based in the South West and are involved with a rural community organisation or social enterprise - these events are all free to you and we can even cover the cost of your travel (thanks to Capacity Builders funding).



22nd January 2010 - Visit to St Minvers Community Land Trust, Rock, North Cornwall


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At 18:19 on January 17, 2010, Phillip Padden said…
Hello Jessie,

Thank you for your invitation and I am sorry to have taken so long to respond. I like the "Survive and Thrive" theme and it lines up with the way I and my friends and colleagues are thinking. I am working on projects in both Wiltshire (Transition Community Corsham) and Devon at present so would be very interested in staying in touch.

Good to hear from you and thanks for gettin in touch.

Best wishes,

Phillip
At 11:09 on January 14, 2010, Juliet Rose said…
Hi Jessie

yes very keen to link up - there is lots of cross over with what we are doing. I think we may have an event or two to plan ! We need to think about the Arts cafe ideas we had.

I'll give you a call next week to see if we can find a time to catch up

take care

Juliet
At 0:19 on January 8, 2010, Bob Rhodes said…
Hi Jessie,
It seems that LivesthroughFriends is one of just a few initiatives that understands that the whole personalisation/self-direction thing is about communities and families, not just an extension of consumerism. Getting government/bureaucracy to take a step back is the biggest challenge. It only happens when people take the lead.It would be good to talk and see if there's scope for collaboration.
Kind Regards, Bob
At 15:20 on January 7, 2010, Nick Weir said…
Hi Jessie
Happy for you to use Stroudco as a case study.
We already have a bit of a case study written up. Not sure how to attach it here. If you send me an email (nick.weir@localfood.org.uk) I will send it to you
Cheers
Nick
At 14:13 on January 7, 2010, Hazel Stuteley said…
Hello Jessie,Paul and all,
Delighted to be your fiery friend Jessie! I.m a big fan of DTA. Recently met 2 super ladies at Whitehall Dept Health seminar on Health Inequalities, Isabelle Pitt and Linda Damerall.
Yes I.m sure we should join forces...call me on 07780 684628.
Theres currently a 'blizzard on the Lizard' (W.C'wall where I live) !!
At 19:40 on January 6, 2010, Paul Delahoy said…
Hi Jessie, look forwatrd to seeing what's what, you may be interested to look at the Devon Heartlands Community Devcelopment Trust website at www.devonheartlands.co.uk that have been doing pioneering work on Community Engagement and feature in the Carnegie Manifesto, all the best Paul Delahoy pp Devon Heartlands and the Devon Towns Forum
At 14:26 on January 6, 2010, James Derounian said…
Hi Jessie - from a beautifully snowbound Winchcombe, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire.

I'm off for a healthy snow walk with my wife & daughter!
J
At 18:45 on November 6, 2009, Kirsty Tait said…
Hi Jessie
Welcome to fieryspirits.com - there is loads going on so best just to have an explore. I would start with the site guide and watch the intro film which you will find in the video section. Thanks for your inquiry about the Manifesto - we are in the process of organising a mail out of this. We would like to take up your offer of disseminating the book in your neck of the woods. I was going to approach DTA to see how we could effectively reach your members. I'll be in touch! Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries about this site.
Cheers
Kirsty
 
 
 

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