A 20-strong Chinese delegation arrives in Cirencester on Thursday (August 8) to find out how communities tackle poverty and deprivation in rural England.
Rural communities need hands-on help from expert organisations to tackle mounting problems – from cuts in healthcare and transport to the lack of broadband and affordable housing, ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) has warned.
Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) has appointed Janice Banks as its new chief executive to take the charity forward following its restructure earlier this year.
A practical guide for communities who want to generate their own clean, green power has been launched by national charity ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England).
South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon is backing a campaign to form an All-Party Parliamentary Group on village halls.
England’s 80,000 village hall volunteers are being urged to get behind a campaign to form an All-Party Parliamentary Group on village halls.
Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) is recruiting a chief executive to take the new-look organisation forward following its restructure earlier this year.
ACRE is a signatory along with 30 other organisations to a letter urging the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP to protect essential bus services, already heavily cut and relied on by many people especially in rural communities.
An updated suite of seven essential documents for the volunteers who manage England’s 10,000 village halls is now available from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England).
Rural Community Councils are ready to help communities across England tap into the £9.5m funding pot launched by the Government today (May 1) for Neighbourhood Plans.