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Community PLAYback Project – Mixing Matters – Community Street Play South Northants Youth Engagement (SNYE) have secured funding from the London Marathon Charitable Trust, via the Northamptonshire Community Foundation to deliver a Community Street Play project across the South Northants District This project will seek to offer 'Doorstep Opportunities' and bring Communities together to reclaim their Streets for Play, Activity and to improve Community Bonding Research shows that playing out on a street near their homes is vital to children's health and wellbeing. Play England research has found that 71% of adults played in the street or area near their home everyday when they were a child, only 21% of children do so today. More »
SNYE will deliver 10 events at various locations across the South Northants Council area and we are now looking for both locations in which to deliver the project and local Community Champions / Playmakers to maintain the project moving forward (Full Volunteer support will be offered) The events will be delivered in Spring 2021 If your Community / Location would like to host one of these events and continue the project moving forward please contact Martin Gillett, Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org / 07436 270267 This project will be based on the Playing Out model delivered in Bristol, for further information please visit www.playingout.net » Less
Posted: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 13:22 by John Scott
Rural Mobile Network Coverage
Would you like to contribute to government policy? The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is researching the impact of mobile coverage in rural areas. This is part of its Shared Rural Network programme which aims to increase mobile network coverage across the UK to 95%. DCMS particularly wants to hear from rural areas. To respond, visit https://dcms.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7QWTy9OUU4PNnmK, or email Laura.Hensel@dcms.gov.uk to request to complete the survey over the telephone. You can also contact Laura Hensel at the email address above if you have any questions about this research.
Posted: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 09:09 by John Scott