If you've submitted one or more brilliant ideas to Fund My Neighbourhood you’re probably now thinking about how you're going to get the people in your neighbourhood to vote for it when voting begins?
With people being able to vote only for ideas in their local area, making a plan will help you give your idea a better chance of making your neighbourhood more enjoyable for everyone who lives there.
Join us for a special workshop to find out how the voting will work and pick up expert tips: how to communicate your idea, sell its benefits and different ways to engage people, from social media to more traditional, grassroots community campaigning.
Don't miss your chance to learn and walk away with a personal plan so you can hit the ground running when voting begins.
Registration required as seats are limited - you will only need to attend one of these sessions:
- Session 1: 11.30am to 1.00pm
- Session 2: 1:30pm to 3:00pm
More info about the Fund My Neighbourhood community grants is available here.
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