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Bolsover Partnership

Bolsover Partnership is an effective partnership that brings together the main service providers and agencies within the Bolsover area in an effort to drive local regeneration and service improvement.

This means that the public, private, community, voluntary and social enterprise sectors can work together to achieve the Sustainable Community Strategy Vision for the benefit of the district.

To coordinate the work of the Partnership to the issues that local people have highlighted as important, the Partnership works to seven thematic areas.

 

There is also an Executive Board which enables representatives from all of the thematic areas to come together to discuss shared issues.

CVP is a key partner of Bolsover Partnership and attends the Executive Board. CVP also has representatives from the Community, Voluntary and Social Enterprise Sector on all of the thematic groups.

If you want to find out more about the Bolsover Partnership or feed in to the discussions please contact heather@bolsovercvp.org.uk

 

Derbyshire Partnership Forum

CVP represents the community, voluntary and social enterprise sector on the Derbyshire Partnership Forum which is the countywide local strategic partnership that was established in 2000. The Derbyshire Partnership Forum brings together over 60 public, private, voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations who work together to improve the quality of life for the people of Derbyshire.

The Derbyshire Partnership Forum is supported by four main thematic partnerships.

  • Health & Wellbeing Board
  • Community Safety
  • Culture Derbyshire
  • Safer Communities Board

In addition there are numerous other partnerships which support the work of the Derbyshire Partnership Forum including the Adult Care Board and Climate Change group.

If you want to find out more about the Derbyshire Partnership Forum, please visit derbyshirepartnership.gov.uk

 

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