Wave-length perfecting the art of speed dating

Wave-length perfecting the art of speed dating

Inclusion Consortium Partnership meeting – this was a great example of the consortium working together not just for European funding but as a true partnership. “

The Inclusion Consortium came together on 27th January, kindly hosted by Citizens Advice Telford, for an afternoon of ‘speed dating’ . Representatives from Grow Cook Learn, WEA, Wave Length,  Citizens Advice Telford, Energise, Signal, Tickwood Farm, Shropshire Housing, Crowsmill Craft Centre CIC, Maninplace, and Action for Blind People all gave a brief presentation on the work of their organisations.

Angela Parton, YSS Operations Director added “It was a relaxed and informative event where we all got to know a lot more about each other and gave an opportunity for networking. We know that time is precious for everyone and appreciated the time that people gave up both attending the event and in preparation for the presentations.

Image shows Lauren from Wave-length presenting to the consortium group


Posted February 18th, 2016 In News

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