The work of enabling a large market town in North West England to flourish has been overtaken by the pandemic. Geoff Little talks about the new challenges and the way the Town has adapted.
Jay Keenan takes us back to Transforming Choice to tell us about the progress of people giving up a life of addiction, and the constraints of the pandemic.
Darren was recently released from Dartmoor Prison. He compares lockdown life with locked up life.
Terry Conway talks about the origins, work and prospects of the the Finsbury Park Mutual Aid group of which she is a member.
Andy Fearon, church leader and social activist in Carlisle, talks about the community’s response to the pandemic.
Supporting struggling high school students is a decade long commitment. It has to endure all crises, a pandemic included. Nikhil Gupta of Thread explains how.
Self Reliant Group members Karen and Indira meet online and discuss their experiences of the pandemic.
Anisha Chablani-Medley talks about the devastating impact of the pandemic on Roca inc., and on the young people they serve.
Relational worker Sue Shelley finds a way to keep young people engaged and focused in the middle of the first lockdown.
Karen Wint explains how a pandemic can produce radical change in an established civil society organisation.