Are you involved in plans to set up, or are you already running, a community group, voluntary group, social enterprise or a campaign.
What’s the best formal organisational format to use: a charity, a community interest company, or incorporated charity, a co-operative or limited company? Or perhaps you don’t need to bother with any of these? Perhaps you could create something entirely new.
What’s the best thing to do for your specific circumstances? What are the pros and cons for each? What would be the best way forward if your most pressing concern is raising money or ensuring the sustainability of your project?
An information exchange and practical workshop at the Cheese and Grain, 7pm to 9pm, on Thursday the 2nd October
Led by Steve Macarthur of the Green Strand consultancy and Ruth Knagg of Frome Town Council
The session is free to attend, but you must pre-book by contacting Steve on steve.macarthur@btinternet or Ruth at email@example.com or call 01373 475574.
The Cheese and Grain is in the Market Yard, Justice Lane, Frome BA11 IBE. The meeting will be in room 3 in the first floor mezzanine, which is fully wheelchair accessible. You are warmly invited to join Steve and Ruth for a drink and informal discussions in the Cheese and Grain bar following the workshop