Paul Delahoy
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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
Paul Delahoy and Jessie Wainwright are now friends
Jan 6, 2010
David Muir commented on Paul Delahoy's blog post No Wriggling at Devon’s Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference Supported by Carnegie UK Trust
"Debi: you can get the Community Assets Toolkit at www.devon.gov.uk/index/economyenterprise/regeneration/developingcommunityfacilities/drstoolkit.htm. And you can get the Sustainable Communities Toolkit at www.ruraltoolkit.org.uk."
Dec 11, 2009
Nick Wilding commented on Paul Delahoy's blog post No Wriggling at Devon’s Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference Supported by Carnegie UK Trust
"I echo Debi's feedback - it's great to get a sense of the day and the outcomes... and if there's any help you need getting those resources online here just give me a shout (one way might be to post a 'comment' and click on…"
Dec 10, 2009
Debi Fry commented on Paul Delahoy's blog post No Wriggling at Devon’s Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference Supported by Carnegie UK Trust
"Sounds like it was a fantastic event! Would it be possible to post the two toolkits on Fiery Spirits? The one presented by Karen to make developing a Community Owned Asset easier and the one presented by Ally on Sustainable Communities?"
Dec 10, 2009
Paul Delahoy posted a blog post

No Wriggling at Devon’s Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference Supported by Carnegie UK Trust

Huge thanks are due to the eighty plus people who took part in the Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference at Stoodleigh Court near Tiverton, Devon on the 4th Dec. The Conference organised by the Devon Towns Forum and Devon Rural Network with the support of the influential Carnegie UK Trust was always going to be a winner and it didn’t disappoint.The conference boasted an engaging and varied programme with displays from a dozen of the regions top organisations. Addressing the…See More
Dec 10, 2009
Paul Delahoy posted an event

Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference 4 Dec 2009 at Venue confirmed on booking (Nr Tiverton Devon)

December 4, 2009 all day
Members of Carnegies Rural Action Research Projects may be interested in this conference being held in Devon by a partnership of Carnegie UK Trust, The Devon Towns Forum and Devon Rural Network. The Conference is to feature presentations from Kate Braithwaite and Trevor Cherrett from the Commission for Rural Communities, Phil Wagstaff of the Devon Rural Network, Juliet Rose and Tony Kendal and Catherine Corcoran from the Tipperary Institute, plus more besides. Looking at Community Land Trusts,…See More
Nov 6, 2009
Paul Delahoy left a comment for Juliet Rose
"Juliet, can you let me have an e-mail address or phone contact for you and Tony K, mine is info@devontownsforum.org.uk Thanks Paul"
Oct 2, 2009

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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?
Having been involved with Carnegie UK Trust for the past few years I want to continue the relationship as we continue to work with our local and very resilient communities here in Devon.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I work with the Devon Heartlands Community Development Trust in Okehampton also with the Devon Towns Forum supporting all aspects of Community Engagement and Empowerment through Community led Planning. I have acquired some valuable experience of working with the MCTi Programme from 2002 in both the Great Torrington and Okehampton Areas of Devon. My background is in local government and as a Lead Consultant Advisor to several local authorities later gaining first hand experience of the Community and Voluntary Sector including work as a trained Community Advisor and Tribunal advocate.
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http://www.devonheartlands.co.uk

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No Wriggling at Devon’s Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference Supported by Carnegie UK Trust

Huge thanks are due to the eighty plus people who took part in the Sustainable and Resilient Rural Communities Conference at Stoodleigh Court near Tiverton, Devon on the 4th Dec. The Conference organised by the Devon Towns Forum and Devon Rural Network with the support of the influential Carnegie UK Trust was always going to be a winner and it didn’t disappoint.



The conference boasted an engaging and varied programme with displays from a dozen of the regions top organisations.… Continue

Posted on December 10, 2009 at 13:58 — 3 Comments

Devon Publish Final RARP Report

Hi everybody, Devon Heartlands Community Planning RARP partners have just finalised their main (final) RARP project Report, Phew! Anyway it's now available in glorious colour with pictures and a few deliberate errors if you can spot then? So take a look on our website at www.devonheartlands.co.uk to view or download. We have enjoyed being part of the Carnegie Family and want to remain connected to whats going on. We are about to begin a new phases of work building on the outcomes of the RARP… Continue

Posted on July 30, 2009 at 13:00

A Brief Report of the Carnegie Key Influencers Seminar in London 26th November 2008

A Brief Report of the Carnegie Key Influencers Seminar in London 26th November 2008



RARP partners ‘Devon Heartlands’ were delighted to be asked to take part in the recent seminar for Key Influencers held in London on the 26th November. The Devon Heartlands Community led Planning RARP was spotlighted as a rural case study for the seminar and presented to a panel of influential people chaired by Patrick Butler head of Society, Health and Education for the Guardian and Observer… Continue

Posted on December 8, 2008 at 19:43 — 4 Comments

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At 14:46 on October 1, 2009, Juliet Rose said…
Hi Paul

thanks for the invite, diary looks ok at the moment as long as some of our clay futures work doesn't scumper it! Please do send me some more details of the event.

Look forward to hearing from you

Best wishes

Juliet
At 17:34 on February 11, 2009, Kate Braithwaite said…
I've just started a group to plan the English 'polixy blitz' event if you would like toget involved - come along!
Kate
At 16:05 on December 5, 2008, Debi Fry said…
Hi Paul!
Heehee...yes, I really liked your circle diagram! What was the full name of it again?
Happy holidays!
Debi
At 14:56 on November 28, 2008, Kate Braithwaite said…
Hi Paul
Many thanks for helping us out at the Breakfast Briefing and for flying the flag for Devon.
Why not tell everyone about it?
Kate
At 13:48 on November 27, 2008, Kirsty Tait said…
Hi Paul

Great to see you here! Heard from Kate that all went really well at the Community Led Planning seminar though yet to get the full run down. Well done to Devon Heartlands! Thanks also for the convention photos - you will see that I have posted them up here. Hope you find fieryspirits useful and don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries.
Speak soon
Kirsty
 
 
 

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