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WEA BBO Q&A Session

You will be aware that we sent a message yesterday regarding a Selnet Q&A session for the next BBO round. Well the WEA would also like to have the opportunity to present their proposal as a lead bidder. We have agreed to host this Q&A session on Monday 26th October, from 2pm-4pm at Springhill Community Centre. The information for this is below.
There has been a lot of feedback from our members on the current round of Building Better Opportunities, ‘Disadvantaged Groups’. BBO is a significant EU funding stream that the BME sector has an important part to play in utilising. You may have received the attached email from the Workers’ Educational Association about their intention to lead a partnership for this.
We have been in continuing discussion with WEA about this as they are leading a partnership in this rounds and have been asking groups to complete Expressions of Interest and other paperwork to be a part of their project.
Given that the deadline for the paperwork for partnership is just over a week away (they are being a little flexible on the deadline for the Expression of Interest), Paul Amann and Ian McHugh from WEA are coming to meet with anyone interested in this opportunity. They will go through the WEA proposal so far, offer support on completing outstanding paperwork and provide a Q & A session. This is an opportunity to constructively understand how WEA and LBN can ensure the BME sector fully understands the BBO process and engages with it.
This is an opportunity to fully understand the BBO process and engage in a face-to-face discussion with a lead bidder; I am keen to see as many of you in attendance as this opportunity is too good for the BME sector to miss.
Please forward this email to anyone you feel may be interested – it is important that the BME sector understand BBO and the significant financial opportunity it provides.
If you wish to attend this, please email Nathan on to confirm your place. You can be involved in both the Selnet and WEA bids at this stage, so do not feel like you cannot attend because of your interest in the Selnet bid. I look forward to seeing you on Monday 26th October at 2pm to discuss this with WEA.

We look forward to seeing you on Monday. 
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