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How to create a kinder community | 10 ways to introduce art in your neighbourhood | Win a weekend in Cornwall!
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Have you ever thought about the value of connected communities?
Or the cost of disconnected communities? We're doing UK-wide research on the impacts that strong community connections can have on people's lives and society in general, and we need your help. Please spare 10 minutes to tell us a bit about your community (whether you feel connected or not), and to say thanks, we'll pop you in the draw to win a weekend for two in Cornwall.
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10 ways to introduce art into your community
Community art is a sure fire way to brighten up a neighbourhood and form bonds between residents — and it can be easier than you think to organise.
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When it comes to culture, there is no 'one size fits all'
Arts Council England know a thing or two about place making and culture, so shared their insights with us for our #HeartOfArt month.
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Health and Wellbeing at Community Camp
Have you heard about our Community Camps? If you have an idea for improving health and wellbeing in your community and would like to grow your skills, networks and inspiration, then read on.
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Sharing food together creates kinder communities
A new report from Carnegie UK Trust finds that sharing food together creates kinder communities; the perfect excuse for a Christmas neighbourhood get together!
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