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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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APR
22

Target your community's climate activity with the Impact Community Carbon Calculator 

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AUTHOR: KEITH HEMPSHALL, DIRECTOR OF LOCAL AND COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT AT THE CENTRE OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY


Our experience is that all communities are different. It can sometimes be hard to know where to begin and what to prioritise when organising community action around local carbon emissions.

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APR
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Bringing Ideas to Life: The East Suffolk Community Partnership Annual Forum 2022

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AUTHOR: LUKE BENNETT, PARTNERSHIP MANAGER FOR EAST SUFFOLK COUNCIL


Community Partnerships are something fresh that reflects the ambitions of East Suffolk Council and utilise the incredible knowledge, experience and enthusiasm contained right across the wide range of organisations and communities in East Suffolk. The Community Partnerships are based on natural groupings of communities using the East Suffolk Council ward boundaries as the building blocks for each partnership area.

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MAR
31

Practitioners' Guide 2022 – more interesting than you thought 

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AUTHOR: ELEANOR GREENE, SECRETARY TO THE INTERNAL AUDITORS FORUM


Last year the Internal Audit Forum (IAF) — at that time comprised about 30 of us from across England and Wales — revamped section four of the Practitioners' Guide to make it more usable for all internal auditors.

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FEB
21

Thank You Day 2022

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AUTHOR: IAN JEFFERS, INTERIM DIRECTOR AT TOGETHER


The role of local (parish and town) councils across the country is central to our communities, and the fantastic work is not always celebrated or understood. That is why it is essential to capitalise on opportunities to share their work and ensure we are making time and space to thank local councillors, volunteers, staff, and the community.

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FEB
10

Get ready for AGAR 2022

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AUTHOR: JOHN FAGAN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT SCRIBE


Need to get your Annual Governance And Accountability Return (AGAR) plan in order? Not sure where to start? Are you dreading April? Don’t worry, we have got your back.

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