On Saturday 28th June we launch the SPAB Maintenance Co-operatives Project in the North of Lincolnshire, in the Arts Centre at Caistor Town Hall, North Street, Caistor, LN7 6TX. Anyone caring for a place of worship in this area or who is interested in volunteering at one is welcome to come along to hear all about the project and what it involves, as well as take part in a free training taster session.
The event will include a tour around St Peter and St Paul Church and a simple lunch. Therefore, if you have any dietary or access requirements, please let us know about these when you register.
This event is free, but you need to register in advance as space is limited.
To register contact us directly or register online here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/north-lincolnshire-project-launch-tickets-11659914117?aff=eorg
If you have any queries about the event, please contact Stella Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07776 156274
10.30 Welcome & Introduction (Stella Jackson)
10.45 Maintenance: What is it, and why is it important? (James Innerdale)
11.05 Maintenance Co-operatives: Project Background (Stella Jackson)
11.20 Tea & Coffee
12.40 Maintenance Co-operatives: How it might work in this area (Stella Jackson)
13.00 Question and Answer Session: An opportunity to ask about and discuss the Co-operatives Project
13.15 Maintenance Audits: Training taster session at St Peter and St Paul Church on how to undertake an audit, and what to record (James Innerdale)
14.45 Dealing with maintenance Issues as part of a Co-operative: How Co-ops might successfully work together to deal with the issues recorded in the maintenance audit (Stella Jackson & James Innerdale)
15.00 Tea and Coffee
15.15 Question and Answer Session: An opportunity to ask about and discuss the care and repair of places of worship, and to feed back on the proposed Co-operatives project
15.30 Next Steps: How to get involved in a Co-operative, and who to contact (Stella Jackson)