Civic Voice regularly collects information about what local groups are up to from their newsletters and websites, and of course through general day to day contact with group members. We do this as we know the best way to inspire is by showing what others have done. If you are looking for an idea to inspire, never forget to download our 101 Civic Ideas if you are looking for a new idea for your community group.
To help with celebrating the local conservation area, the Highgate Society published a new leaflet, with funding supported from IHBC or why not learn about the power of social media in the Civic movement. All can be accessed in our Sharing Success corner of our website.
If you are looking for examples of community participation in development, you should check out the Civic Voice Design Awards section of the website, which is full of examples of buildings, places and spaces that are loved by local people,
We also encourage you to visit case studies on Historic England’s website focusing on conservation areas throughout England’s nine regions. As part of the First World War Memorial Programme, lots of great examples can be found on War Memorials Trust website helping to inform about how to access funding.
Sharing really does help us make members realise they are part of a bigger movement!