John Skrine
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Localism in Action

Here’s a shameless plug for a new booklet full of case studies and tips on participatory budgeting, community assets and much more, put together by mainly rural practitioners in the South West of England.  It gathers together the combined knowledge of about 20 people from public authorities who’ve been working together on PB and allied empowerment and engagement matters since 2009.We’re hoping that the simply written case studies—all with a contact for more information—and attractive format…See More
Nov 7, 2011
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"Fiery Spirit Leslie Silverlock and I are editing 50 pages worth of tips on localism and PB from SW England - coming shortly!"
Sep 29, 2011
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Sep 29, 2011
John Skrine is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Sep 27, 2011

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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 would like to keep in touch with people who are active in rural areas across the country in engagement, empowerment, community-led planning and allied matters. And I am confident that people interested in what the Carnegie Trust is interested in will be interesting to me.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I live in Crediton, in mid-Devon, and work from there and across the South West on my own behalf and through my association with Creating Excellence, for which over the last four years I led the Regional Empowerment Partnership, and also led on networks for funders and advisers of voluntary and community organisations in the region.
Website:
http://www.creatingexcellence.org.uk

John Skrine's Blog

Localism in Action

Here’s a shameless plug for a new booklet full of case studies and tips on participatory budgeting, community assets and much more, put together by mainly rural practitioners in the South West of England.  It gathers together the combined knowledge of about 20 people from public authorities who’ve been working together on PB and allied empowerment and engagement matters since 2009.

We’re hoping that the simply written case studies—all with a contact for more…

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