Image of front cover of Recovery and Renewal Conference report (two women smiling) and orange background with words Conference ReportTime waits for no man, or woman is the old adage. Our Recovery and Renewal Conference which we had been speaking about for several months is now four weeks in the past. We would like to say thank you to all those who attended, took part, sent their well wishes and helped make the event a tremendous success. The afterglow remains, along with a renewed commitment and enthusiasm to work with the VCSE and statutory health providers to help improve health outcomes in Bromley and reduce health inequalities.

The conference was well attended by health professionals, voluntary sector leaders and community organisations from neighbouring boroughs and across London. The presentations by keynote speakers were well considered and insightful. The four workshops and our panel discussion allowed for a rich and stimulating sharing of experience and ideas, some of which have informed our recommendations from the conference.

We have now published the report for the Conference - click here to download the report. The report captures some of the key learning and makes some recommendations for strengthening  VCSE and statutory health providers collaborative working. The conference has stimulated much debate and discussion about the role the VCSE can play in post – pandemic recovery, and how this can be resourced. Resources from the conference are embedded at the end of the report.

Please look out for more updates in the CLB news section of the ebulletin. 

Further information and resources from the event can be found on the Health and Wellbeing project page of our website.


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