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We're Seeking 12 People From Chorlton To Tackle Climate Action Together! Read How...

Is now a good time... for learning, growth and development? to connect with others in Chorlton? to be part of working out how to reduce the number of car journeys and carbon emissions in our area? If so, we'd really like you to join us. Our Inspired Community Action programme is part of our work to support the whole of Chorlton on its journey to tackle climate change. It’s an opportunity to learn how to bring out the best in yourself and others and develop new relationships with your neighbours whilst playing an active role in co-creating projects that support positive change in the local community. A variety of Chorlton people to work together on ideas that we can help bring to life.No knowledge of climate change or experience of community action is required. All are welcome to take part. There are 12 places in the group and the programme will include group sessions to learn about bringing out the best in yourself and others and developing new relationships with neighbours. It’s an opportunity to work together and access support and guidance. We’d really like to hear from you if you: The programme is running from October 2021 to March 2022 online and there will be chances to get together in person at other events and spaces hosted by the Our Streets Chorlton team. The dates for group sessions are: The programme is running online from October 2021 to March 2022 and there will be chances to get together in person at other events and spaces hosted by the Our Streets Chorlton team. The Inspired Community Action programme will be delivered by Our Streets Chorlton partner, Amity, a specialist in helping people and communities grow.

Posted on 22nd September 2021

by Pauline Johnston

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