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"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."

Meet the Team

Susan Oliver - Project Delivery and Development Manager

Susan Oliver - Project Delivery and Development Manager

T: 01652 637700

E: susan.oliver@hwrcc.org.uk

Sue joined the Management Team as Project Delivery and Development Manager in June 2009 with direct responsibility for the Older Peoples Charter Monitoring Groups, which plays a key part in improving health and social care for older people in the region.

Sue hs recently taken on the role of liaison with Community Transport Operators Network.

Carole Foster - General Administrator and Support Worker for the Voluntary Car Service

Carole Foster - General Administrator and Support Worker for the Voluntary Car Service

Carole Foster has worked for the Voluntary Car Service for many years and proivdes the scheme with valuable support and insight into the requirements of her customers. The scheme enables residents of North Lincolnshire to access services they would otherwise be unable to attend due to lack of transport, both public and private.

T: 01652 637700

E: carole.foster@hwrcc.org.uk

Carole Johnson - Community Development Coordinator including Wheels to Work

Carole Johnson - Community Development Coordinator including Wheels to Work

Carole has previously worked on The New Horizons project which was funded through the Government Office of the Civil Society Transforming Local Infrastructure programme. The project aimed to improve access to high quality redeveloped support, training and volunteer brokerage, strengthen links between the sectors and promote corporate social responsibility activities with private and public sectors by securing longer term agreements to improve the sustainability of voluntary and community groups.  Carole continues to support rural communities in her role as a Community Development Co-ordinator and has also taken on the Coordination of the North East Lincs. Wheels to Work Scheme.

 T: 01652 637700  E: carole.johnson@hwrcc.org.uk

Peter Hirschfeld - Community Development Coordinator including the Bulk Oil Buying Schemes

Peter Hirschfeld - Community Development Coordinator including the Bulk Oil Buying Schemes

Peter has worked for HWRCC since 2004 and promotes the concept of, and supports communities who are producing, a Neighbourhood Plan or completing a Community Review in the Humber area.

Peter also gives Energy Efficiency advice to rural communities that do not have access to mains gas and helps to combat Fuel Poverty in these settlements. Peter is the coordinator for East Yorkshire's YORSwitch Bulk Oil Buying Scheme and the North Lincs. Community Switch Bulk Oil Buying Scheme, both of which purchase heating oil in bulk for residents of the two counties, in order to reduce the cost of heating homes.

Peter is also the rural broadband contact.

T: 01652 637700  M: 07539 477046
E: peter.hirschfeld@hwrcc.org.uk

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