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CityCamp Coventry: They think it’s all over — it’s only just begun

Sasha Taylor blogs about CityCamp Coventry and how his initial fears as founder soon disappeared when people began to participate, ideas and suggestions started coming forward and there is the promise of positive outcomes for the city. CityCamp Coventry: They

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Simpl Challenges

This week Sasha Taylor blogs for CityCamp Coventry and introduces us to the Simpl Challlenges Platform, which supports local councils and others to reach out to their community, local businesses and entrepreneurs for bright ideas to tackle challenges. CityCamp Coventry

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Cooking up a storm

For her week 39 post Carolyne Mitchell has blogged about Casserole Club an initiative from FutureGov where we share home cooked food with our neighbours. Carolyne asks how we can encourage more diners to sign up and the role of

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FutureGov is back on the Simpl-train

Rachel Karasik is the first to submit a post for Week 33.  Rachel talks about Simpl Challenges, which will be tested for the first time at CityCamp Coventry. FutureGov is back on the Simpl-train by Rachel Karasik in association with Sasha Taylor and

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