What do you want and need in your community?
Volunteer Cornwall has appointed six Community Development Workers across the county who are getting to know about children and families in communities like yours. Their job is to find out what fantastic things you might already be up to in your community, as well as what you think is missing.
With their links and contacts to other voluntary and community sector organisations, their job is to help people who want to make a difference in their communities do just that! It might be finding the right support for an existing group or help with getting something off the ground.
These roles have been commissioned by Cornwall Council under the One Vision Partnership Plan which looks to change the way we work together to help improve the lives of Children, Young People and Families.
What do we mean by Children, Young People and Families?
Children and Young People refers to pregnancy (-9 months) to 18 years old, or 25 years old if that young person has an additional need.
Families refers to the people who live with and/or look after those children and young people.
Look out for your Community Development Worker – they’re out and about!
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