There were over 90 attendees at the One Reading Conference on 18 November
Thank you to all presenters, contributors and attendees for a moving, thought-provoking and productive afternoon. You can browse a gallery of images above, find resources from the day here, and see a round up of tweets from attendees below.
What’s next for for One Reading?
- The One Reading Conference has taken us one step closer to a trauma-informed Reading. The Reading Vision workshop has now been set for 4 February 2020 – more details to follow.
- If you are interested in participating in and shaping the One Reading partnership there will be a One Reading Participation and Engagement Forum in early 2020, date to be announced soon (postponed from Friday 13 December 2019).
Tweets from the #ONErdg Conference
— DSupt. Stan Gilmour (@StanGilmour) November 18, 2019
Carly spoke eloquently & passionately about her experiences of mental health, the support she received from the amazing @no5youngpeople & how she now works to support others. If you weren’t at #ONErdg read this: https://t.co/Os5fgpSWWw https://t.co/yVQ988er2k
— Reading Refugee Support Group (@ReadingRefugees) November 18, 2019
The ONE Reading conference has had a fantastic turn out. We’re here to find out about the local consensus, learn more about our networks and communities and see what activities and support are available from local organisations. #ONErdg @readingtownhall
— Brighter Futures for Children (@BFfC_Child) November 18, 2019
— Deb Robinson (@DeejR50) November 18, 2019
Great networking opportunity at today’s One Reading Conference with Tess and Liz spreading the word about Me2 Club’s exciting expansion into Reading!https://t.co/7FjtiR93aF#ONErdg #reading pic.twitter.com/48WWSVKBEa
— Me2 Club (@Me2club) November 18, 2019
— Reside Dance C.I.C. (@ResideDance) November 18, 2019