Wednesday 28 October 2020

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Localism for the New (and not so new) Councillor FREE EVENT

As part of its core offer to Councils on member development, the Local Government Group, in partnership with the Regional Employers Organisations and Regional Local Government Organisations are delivering a series of regional events centred around the Localism agenda for Councillors.  The events are free to attend and will include sessions at each event exploring: 

  • The challenges that the Localism agenda presents for Councillors
  • The emerging role of the Councillor as community facilitator
  • How Councillors can develop their skills in some key areas
  • The role of and the support available from, the Local Government Group and East Midlands Councils.

 You will also have the opportunity to meet and network with other Councillors from across the region and from within your own party setting.

 Who should attend?

The event is aimed at all Councillors, those newly elected may be particularly interested.

 The dates and venues are as follows:

 1 Nov              – Leeds, Town Hall

2 Nov              – York, Mansion House

8 Nov              – Birmingham, West Midlands Councils

14 Nov    – Derby, Assembly Rooms

17 Nov            – Durham, Durham County Cricket Club

21 Nov    – Northampton, Northampton Borough Council

24 Nov            – Maidstone, Kent County Council

25 Nov            – Bury St Edmunds, West Suffolk House

30 Nov            – Exeter, Corn Exchange

9 Dec              – Preston, Hindu Centre

16 Dec           – London, Local Government House

 Details of workshops and speakers will vary for each event.  Please see the programme for the events taking place in the East Midlands Region.

 Booking information

 To reserve your place please email:  PLEASE DO NOT BOOK THROUGH EAST MIDLANDS COUNCILS

 East Midlands Councillor Localism Roadshow - Programme.doc

East Midlands Councillor Localism Roadshow Flyer.doc

For more information about the events contact:

Alison Edwards

Tel: 020 7665 3857