Our first pilot area, South Molton is a thriving community with many active social groups and volunteering opportunities.
The project is currently working with groups right across the town, including the Community Connections team, the Rotary Club, the Molton Meddlers and the youth centre, to develop and deliver new opportunities.
If you would like to become more involved in your town or this project, check out the Asset Map and Contacts sections below.
If you would like to help promote our campaign please contact Dawn Eckhart on 013920248919 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can provide you with flyers and media content to use to help spread the word.
This event took place at The Assembly Rooms on Wednesday 27th September 2017, 6pm – 8.30pm.
It was well attended and gave participants from community groups, local organisations, and connectors in the town an opportunity to discuss new ideas. The Outcomes from the exercises have been collated and can be read in the PDF document available via the link button.
We are now working with all interested parties to move forward with the ideas and issues raised. If you would like to participate, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Asset Mapping is an exercise carried out with the support of the local community. It is designed to uncover unknown groups, activities, assets and opportunities across the community. Using the findings to make new links, networks and recommendations for development opportunities and activities.
The map below represents the findings of an exercise carried out at the Pannier Market on Thursday 13th July.
We offer our sincere thanks to everyone who contributed on the day, or as part of the wider project activities.
This is YOUR town map. It is as accurate as YOU help to make it. Please help us to help you. To add, edit or improve the accuracy of the information on the map, please get in touch via the form on the Contact page.
Click on a pin to pop open the contacts info window. Click on the top left icon to open the explorer sidebar to see how the pins are grouped. Expand the groups to see individual contacts. Click them to cause the map pin to highlight.