Creating Community Links in Cornwall
We are excited to announce that the first phase of The Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Link is live. We have been working closely with Age UK Cornwall & Isles of Scilly to create an online service that connects older people with advice, local support and social activities. The aim is to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing.
The Cornwall Link
We're working with Age UK Cornwall and their partners to develop a digital service to help people live well in later life. 'The Cornwall Link' is a hub for information, guided conversations, personalised support, links to day centres and social prescriptions. Carers, helpline staff, volunteers, healthcare professionals and patients can access information, tools and resources.
Connecting Camphill Village Trust
We've been working with Camphill Village Trust to create 'CONNECT' - an app that encourages people to network digitally but with additional safeguards of local administrators who know each person in their CVT community.
Monmouthshire Made Open
Monmouthshire County Council are bringing partners from different backgrounds, sectors and locations together to explore the benefits of a collective approach to solving local challenges; where institutions provide the platform for a broader collection of partners to come together, define problems and solutions.
Made Open Tasmania
Made Open Tasmania is a Collective Impact partnership between Anglicare Tasmania, Heart Foundation, Central Coast Council, Australian Red Cross and BOFA In Action; and is a groundswell movement for change that is supported by local government.
“We have an ageing population, rising property prices and comparatively low wages are making it harder for young families to live and work locally. These come on top of issues like increased global migration and changes to weather patterns that could result in more flooding and problems for farmers.” Monmouthshire CC
Connecting Bristol is the City’s digital partnership and is coordinated by the Bristol City Council’s City Innovation Team. The team strives to pilot the potential of the latest smart technologies to ensure that Bristol becomes a resilient, sustainable, prosperous, inclusive and livable place. Their work is delivered in partnership with other public sector agencies, the private sector and the community and their representatives.
UK Export Ideas Lab
In July 2015, the UKTI’s former Chief Executive Dominic Jermey invited the UK business community for ideas to double UK exports by 2020. This one-day exercise spanning nine design-led workshops across the UK amassed nearly 300 members and 100 ideas, informing UKTI’s 2020 growth programme.
European Centre for the Environment and Human Health
A citizen science partnership project. We worked with the European Centre for the Environment and Human Health (Exeter University) to research and prototype a citizen science project exploring links between Health and Habitat.
We redefined this service for the ‘sick and elderly’ to one where people can stay independent at home for longer.