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AUG
04

Elections Act 2022

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AUTHOR: PETER STANYON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ELECTORAL ADMINISTRATORS


What every NALC member needs to know about the Elections Act 2022

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JUL
28

Let’s talk insurance: From indexation and inflation to reinstatement valuations and long-term undertakings

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AUTHOR: KEVIN RICHARDS, TECHNICAL BROKING DIRECTOR AT BHIB INSURANCE


Insurance, in the simplest form, exists as a means of protection. It provides risk management, support, and essential cover during those unexpected moments. It’s there for you when the unthinkable happens, but its complexities can confuse.

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JUL
21

Localising levelling up: Getting the parish voice heard

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AUTHOR: PROFESSOR COLIN COPUS, EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF LOCAL COUNCIL AT DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY


As the Levelling up bill progresses through parliament and as some county deals begin to crystallise, it is clear there is a real need for local (parish and town) councils and district councils to work together to make sure the voice of local communities is heard.  

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JUN
16

Raising the Rainbow

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AUTHOR: LUKE TREVASKIS, CHIEF EXECUTIVE AT MORECAMBE TOWN COUNCIL


Pride events are taking place across the country throughout June and local (parish and town) councils can make an impact by showing support for their LGBTQ+ communities.

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MAY
27

Shoestring guide to promoting your town hall and sports facilities  

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AUTHOR: JOHN FAGAN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT SCRIBE


At Scribe we love all the many amazing facilities that parish, town and community councils provide to their communities across the UK, but…

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APR
28

Town Walk app and the Accessibility Regulations 2018 

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AUTHOR: RAFI ILIVITZKY, MANAGING DIRECTOR AT TRAILTALE


With 87% of the adult population in the UK owning a mobile phone, and the advance in mobile phone technology, it is only natural to make Town Walking Trails available for visitors using smartphones. Over the last few years, there has been a growing tendency for town councils to develop mobile apps that feature their town’s heritage trail.

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