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Helping Hands

Community Asset Services Cooperative (CASC) has been awarded £10,000 from the National Lottery Fund to provide tailored support to six organisations in the wake of Covid 19. The six organisations will receive a range of advice and practical support to help them adjust to the challenges posed by Covid 19. (continues below…) CASC are proud to be working with: · Ananna…

Tall building Fire Safety campaign

CASC Director Phil Murphy is a prominent campaigner in the fields of housing and fire safety and has been helping to coordinate feedback to the consultations emerging from the Grenfell enquiry. In this short video, Phil provides some background to his work in the third sector and his recent campaigning work on fire safety in tall buildings. Phil also took…

Reopening safely: A case study for community centres

Every organisation that manages a community space has been forced to try and balance keeping their local communities safe with meeting the needs of local people, at a point where help and social contact is needed perhaps more than ever before. Our friends at Trawden Forest community centre and shop recently showed us around their newly socially distanced facilities and…

Covid 19: Advice on re-opening community buildings

The UK government has issued advice regarding the re-opening of community buildings in a safe manner. The guidance can be found here and details a range of steps that each organisation will need to consider carefully. Our colleagues at Community Matters Yorkshire have also produced some fact-sheets on re-opening and staying safe. Ensuring your organisation is Covid Secure Flowchart to…

Document Library now live

We’ve released the first in a series of fact sheets designed to provide some basic information on developing your ideas, creating a new group and ensuring that you protect yourself and your users. The library can be found here. More factsheets will be added shortly but if there’s something you’d like to see, please get in touch!