Collection of articles, updates and resources shared by the You're Welcome team.
2 months ago
Rob White 2 months ago
well done Kat keep up the good work in Barnwood. Think I know the lady who said you just drink coffee !!
Ceri 2 months ago
Roz 2 months ago
Enjoyed reading this Kat, it's amazing the different directions that conversations can take us on!
3 months ago
Jess Waterman 3 months ago
Food for thought Philip, thank you.
Philip Booth 4 months ago
Love that description of the black hole Molly
Molly Sutcliffe 4 months ago
So true, I am just thinking about all the times that 'black mirror' has sat upon the table during a conversation - almost looking like a black hole... I wonder how much of a conversation gets sucked into it?!
4 months ago
Have revisited this blog several times for the wonderful insights.....
Violet 4 months ago
Sounds like a great event. Good to read some of the challenges pushed out about; lots to think about. Look forward to following the links ! Thanks for this.
Kat Gibson 5 months ago
What a great way of summarising what this work is about. Fantastic blog, and lovely uplifting photos too - thanks for sharing!
Katie Elliott 5 months ago
Love this piece and the beautiful photos. Am a particular fan of "really crazy ideas"....
5 months ago
Molly Sutcliffe 5 months ago
Sometimes it is really useful to look at what something isn't to get a better understanding of what it actually is!
6 months ago
Molly Sutcliffe 7 months ago
I love that picture of the Tai Chi class and the fans!
Kat Gibson 7 months ago
Wonderful - how inspiring!
7 months ago
Richard Holmes 8 months ago
Loa Tze 'Go to the people, live among them, learn from them, love them. Start with what they know, build on what they have, but of the best leaders when their task is done the people will remark 'We have done it ourselves'"
8 months ago
Maureen 8 months ago
Great to read this at last Molly, still get the warm glow from your words, even though a couple of months have passed...
Philip Booth 10 months ago
I think I'll stick to community building rather than acting - and strongly hope Rich does the same! Nevertheless it is wonderful when people can come together and share something of themselves....I was blown away by the talents uncovered....and yes what a great time for neighbours coming together...
Richard Holmes 10 months ago
Cracking christmas blog. Thanks for sharing.
10 months ago
Kat Gibson 1 year ago
Such a lovely story about Marieka!! :)
1 year ago
Jane Griffiths 1 year ago
I love the story of the collective granny square blanket. What a lot of thought and care and a little bit of every member's talent sewn together!
Philip Booth 1 year ago
Great celebration of local groups; and yes like the challenge to get out of our comfort zones!
Richard Holmes 1 year ago
Brilliant Kat. I love the focus on welcoming those who sometimes get left out.
Thanks for sharing these great stories Jane. Lovely to see the photos of people doing the things they love together.
Great to hear these connections developing
Love the question 'What happens to the balls that continue to be spilled outside of the pool?'. Indeed can't look at a ball pool now in the same way!
A great blog Liam. something I can relate to having a 3 year old! Thanks for sharing.
Maureen 1 year ago
Love it Liam! you pose some really interesting questions, lots to reflect on and I will see ball pools quite differently in future...
Katie Elliott 1 year ago
Love this! Might just have to 'borrow' the idea, thank you!
Love the idea of mocktails designed by young people bringing folk together to look, think and act in their community...
Sally Byng 1 year ago
We are the same people, whether we are at home or at work, or indeed anywhere. I think that this 'exercise' makes us reflect on this more than perhaps we usually do - all to the good. Thanks for capturing our collective experiences so well Philip, and Chrissie.
Such an authentic reflection on what community building means for us in our own streets.
Beth Grainger 1 year ago
I love this story Philip. I wasn't at Barnwood Trust when this project was underway; instead, I went through the new application process which included talking about your community and the hidden treasure. Having only moved in a few weeks before, I found it a really useful nudge to go knocking on doors and start learning my neighbours' names.