All Aboard the Great Yorkshire & Humber LocalGovCamp Train!
Departing from: The National Railway Museum in York (only 2hrs from London)
Departure date: Saturday 12 June 2010
For tickets and more information: www.localgovcamp-yh.co.uk
This first LocalGovCamp under the new Coalition Government will undoubtedly see some big issues debated, not least the future of local government itself.
The landscape has changed considerably since Dave organised the first event in Birmingham last June and our focus is now firmly on achieving more with less, or even less with less. So what of technology, social media, co-design and citizen participation? What about new ways of working enabled by technology and what of our digital future and vision?
If these questions are of interest, or you have some of your own, hop on the train and join in the debate in beautiful York. Bring an open mind, some passion and some ideas to share and explore. Bring a sense of fun too, it is a Saturday after all.
LocalGovCamp Yorkshire & Humber will also feature short parallel work streams for elected members on the use of social media, sessions being led by colleagues from Kirklees with input from Cllr Tim Cheetham (Barnsley), Cllr Simon Cooke (Bradford) and Ingrid Koehler (IDeA & Connected Councillor Programme).
If you work in local government perhaps you can ensure your Democratic Services colleagues inform your elected members of this opportunity.
The event is FREE for all to attend and as a bonus we’ll be having a World Cup themed after party to celebrate (we hope) victory for England in their first match!
You can book your tickets now: www.localgovcamp-yh.eventbrite.com
See you in York – WooooOOOoooWooooOOOooo!