"The resulting Community Led Plan forms a blueprint for use by Town/Parish Councils and other local bodies, as well as providing evidence for funding bids to enable the actions identified to be completed."
Community Review - (current project)
If your community has a project they wish to undertake or wishes to engage more closely with residents, understanding their needs and prioritises will require some form of consultation, with which the Community Review can assist.
A Community Review offers:
Bespoke community consultation and engagement activity/event.
Fully facilitated by a Humber & Wolds Rural Action
Activities that will include opportunities to identify and prioritise local needs and issues
To capture and record all views
Production of a Plan which clearly identifies the actions to be taken and by whom
A Feedback event to the community, of the Action Plan, for comment, to ensure demonstrable endorsement from the local community
How does the process work?
Humber & Wolds RCC will provide:
Publicity material for distribution
A team of skilled staff to facilitate the event
All tools and materials
An Action Plan using information from the event
Presentation of the Action Plan to the community
The Community will provide:
Distribution of publicity materials
Venue for the evening
Refreshments to keep everyone going
If you would like to discuss or arrange a Community Review or want more information, please contact our Community Development Coordinator, Peter Hirschfeld.
About the opportunity
As a volunteer surveyor, you will be positioned at locations around Flamborough Head and Filey Brigg throughout the busy tourist season. You will be recording any recreational activities you see, particularly noting whether the seabirds respond to human presence. You will be assigned 4 locations (which will need to be surveyed for one hour each) and we ask that volunteers commit at least one day a week to this project.
Are you passionate about protecting marine wildlife? Do you have a special interest in whales, dolphins, porpoises? Could you help us to learn more about Yorkshire’s cetacean populations by regularly carrying out surveys?