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Neighbourhood Management in Great Yarmouth
Transcript of Neighbourhood Management in Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Getting to know Great Yarmouth
How do we work?
Where are we now?
True or False?
1. The Fish Finger was invented in Great Yarmouth
2. The Great Yarmouth Minster is the largest Parish Church in England
3. Great Yarmouth has the most complete Medieval Town Wall outside of York
4. Charles Dickens used Great Yarmouth as a key location for his novel David Copperfield
5. Great Yarmouth has the largest Grey Seal colony in Great Britain
6. Great Yarmouth exports Spaghetti to Italy
7. Great Yarmouth is home to the oldest wooden rollercoaster in Europe
8. The Great Yarmouth Hippodrome circus is the only fixed circus in the world to have a sunken pool for watershows
9. King Charles I death certificate was signed in the Elizabethan House on Great Yarmouth's South Quay
10. Every Year Great Yarmouth hosts the Out There festival - an international festival of outdoor theatre and Circus
Where do we work?
Universal challenges - unemployment, health inequalities, low attainment, high transience, cohesion, poor quality housing
Specific challenges - flood risk and engagement with GRT community
Connectivity is key for resilience
ongoing engagement in communities
NMs and CDWs x3
Neighbourhoods That Work, Reaching Communities funded project funds wider team
Reaching Communities funded
7 delivery partners
5 year project
Working to enhance resilience and build connectivity
Activity with Theory of change
Thinking about your own neighbourhoods, what are the ways in which you would build up relationships and start to know people in your community?
Look at families... apply this to them.
Thinking of Sarah, what impact could that have had.
Project Healthy Bus Stops: Neighbourhood Management, place leadership in action
Public Health Healthy Communities money for deprived wards in Norfolk
Delivered via Neighbourhood Management
Highest outcomes than all other sister projects across the county
Success because delivered in a creative place based way
Long term outcome, Public Health now allocate resources to NM and commission via Neighbourhood Boards
Some questions to think about...
1. What do you think the family’s needs are?
2. What services do you think a family could be linked in with?
3. What opportunities do you think the families could explore?
4. How much do you think each family would cost services?