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Connecting and Representing the Wider Community. 



Empowering the Community through Govia Thameslink Railway's Community Partners' Conference.

We convened a dynamic and interactive workshop in Brighton, where 80 attendees delved into the important topic of community connection and representation. During the 55-minute session, participants engaged in lively discussions, which boosted their confidence and expertise in reaching and engaging with their wider community.

The discussions centered on critical issues such as communication techniques, identifying key community groups, and strategies for broadening outreach. The feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive, with many participants expressing that they had a fantastic time and gained valuable insights.

Together, we facilitated a productive and enlightening experience that left a lasting impact on the Community Partners.

"Rose has a wealth of experience dealing with community projects and was a natural choice when we were looking for a guest speaker for our annual community partners' conference. She is always friendly, knowledgeable and passionate about her work, and the audience found her highly engaging and motivating. It's always a pleasure working with Rose. I highly recommend her services." Andrew Chillingsworth - Community Engagement Officer at GTRailway.  

Supported by: Great Northern, Gatwick Express, Thameslink and Southern Rail. 

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"Quite urban focused, range of communities reached was very impressive, techniques that help to reach out to groups in our local communities."

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"I loved the presentation that Rose and her colleague presented to us. Rose was so positive and upbeat about helping out communities to express themselves through art. I loved the art that we were showed."

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Workshop Participant

"Great fun! Very good session getting us to speak to each other. Mural projects very


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