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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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LocalGovCamp 2012

Peter Olding shares his experiences of the recent LocalGovCamp held in Birmingham for his Week 32 Weekly Blog Club post, and summarises what was discussed in the sessions he attended. LocalGovCamp 2012 by Peter Olding.

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My Localgovcamp 2012 list

Another regular weekly club blogger Kate Bentham likes lists, she also likes #localgovcamp, and in this blogs shares with us a list of what she gets from attending this camp (she also likes cake in case you didn’t know.) My

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GOAL! 29 good things and a poor football anecdote from #localgovcamp 2012

Dan Slee blogs about attending #Localgovcamp this week, the good things that came from the event, ideas for future meet ups and why there should definitely be camps in the fixture list. GOAL! 29 good things and a poor football

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BlueLightCamp ‘Travels’

How far can one t-shirt travel? Quite far it seems, as Sasha Taylor explains in this post about the adventures of a BlueLightCamp souvenir. BlueLightCamp ‘Travels’  by Sasha Taylor

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HELLO CAMPERS: Three years on from the first localgovcamp… so whats changed?

Hopefully, there will be at least one or two Weekly Blog Club posts in the next week or two about this year’s big LocalGovCamp. Dan Slee gives us some historical perspective on this epic unconference. HELLO CAMPERS: Three years on

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S is for ShropCamp

Kate Bentham has written about the localgovcamp unconference organising experience and using social media for her Week 16 Weekly Blog Club post. Impressively, she has written it in the form of an A-to-Z – guess what is ‘W?’ S is

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