Is Broadband a problem for you? ThinkingWISP could help
From Norfolk RCC
Ideas for who to involve?
Often there may be people who have a common interest, even though they are not members of a formal club or association. They can all be helpful in spreading the word and contributing thoughts and actions, and may have some interesting views, knowledge, people skills and resources to share.
Examples to get you started include:
- local businesses;
- local cross country running club;
- a local sailing club;
- guides and scouts;
- Women's Institute;
- local rambling group;
- allotment association;
- bird watchers;
- religious / church groups;
- local youth groups; and so on.
- local schools - pupils, their parents, teachers and governors, parent-teacher association.
- households (whole families and single people).
Groups of people who are sometimes overlooked
It is particularly important to include people who usually do not involve themselves in community activity (indeed you may be one of them) - make sure you include:
- young people;
- senior citizens;
- people living in outlying areas;
- people who work shifts or long hours;
- less able-bodied and disabled people.
Step 2b has a lot of information of engaging people. Click here for a little more information on ways of involving people who are sometimes overlooked.