NALC supports Local Government Association's #OurDay campaign

Organised by the Local Government Association, #OurDay is an annual tweetathon that gives everyone who works or volunteers in public services the chance to share their stories of how they improve the quality of life of their residents. And it’s really easy to get involved – simply tweet us @NALC using the #OurDay hashtag with your local council’s top achievements from 2017. NALC want to know anything you have done to benefit your community. Remember, images and videos help tell your story so make sure you tweet them out too! Do also sign up to the #OurDay thunderclap which will help get the hashtag trending. NALC be playing our part by tweeting out case studies from throughout the year. If you’ve already decided to get involved please let NALC know at: . If you’re not on Twitter yet, here are some simple tips to help signing up, so you can get involved!

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NALC launches a prospectus for ultra-localism

NALC's A prospectus for ultra-localism sets out our positive offer to the  government. It outlines how we can help the next government realise its ambitions for community empowerment, localism and devolution. It also arms the next government with a range of policy ideas to unlock the power and potential of communities by helping local councils flourish.

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Celebrating Community Champions as part of Volunteers’ Week

Next week marks the beginning of Volunteers’ Week 2017, an annual event from 1-7 June which celebrates the difference volunteers make to communities across the country.

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NALC promotes onward devolution with publication of Devo Plus

 NALC continues to promote onward devolution with the recent publication of its new Devo Plus toolkit

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NALC supports parish meetings having access to full electoral register

The main finding from a recent NALC survey of parish meetings across England was that most parish meetings want access...
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NALC lobbies government for parish exemption on business rate payment

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) recently responded to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Business Rate...
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