Filed under Safeguarding Children

Should I have attended #LocalGovCamp?

LocalGovCamp took place at the weekend. It’s a place where conversations happen, ideas are formed and connections are made. Massive thanks to the organisers, especially Sarah Lay, and also to the sponsors and the attendees for making LocalGovCamp happen. You’re all amazing and I love you big time. I was lucky enough to go to … Continue reading

Back to Blog

OK, so here’s the thing. I haven’t been blogging for a while, and I’ve been wondering why that might be and what I might be able to do to sort that out. Work has changed. It had to change. Half of my team left so we had to change, and change quickly. Aspects of work … Continue reading

Nurture1314 Highlights

Last year I blogged under the Nurture1213 tag, which offered a chance to reflect on my Highlights of the year just gone by and my Hopes for the forthcoming year. It’s been interesting rereading the hopes post. Have I achieved all I wanted, and how do I feel about that? I am of course taking … Continue reading

No Excuse for Domestic Abuse

As Today is International Women’s Day, I thought I would share some news about a new role I have. Back in November 2012 I saw on Twitter that West Mercia Women’s Aid, a charity which had been working for 30 Years to support Women & Children experiencing Domestic Abuse in Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, were … Continue reading