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Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Council for Volunary Service

Christine Blythe

Development Officer


Tel: 01282 416146


Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth Building, 62/64 Yorkshire Street, Burnley, BB11 3BT


BPRCVS was a Take Part Pathfinder


Carol Packham

Director Community Audit and Evaluation Centre

Tel: 0161 247 2134


Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University, 799 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 277


Director of the Take Part Network



An independent consultancy specialising in community engagement, community development and active citizenship, based in the West Midlands.


City of York Council

Mora Scaife

Principal Neighbourhood Manager


Tel: 01904 551 834


City of York Council, Library Square, York, YO1 7DU


Take Part York was a project to encourage children and young people to get involved in local democracy. It aimed to give children and young people the confidence and experience to feel that they can inflluence decisions that affect them.


Cnet (Bradford Community Network)

John Corbishley

Chief Executive



Michael Pascal

Community Development worker



Tel: 01274 305045


CNet, Centre for Enterprise, 114 - 116 Manningham Lane, Bradford, BD8 7JF


Bradford's Take Part project was based at CNet and mainly covered the areas of Girlington & Scholemoor but there were also district wide parts to the project.


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Communities Scotland

The Scottish Executive agency, working with others to ensure decent housing and strong communities


Community Audit and Evaluation Centre

The Community Audit and Evaluation Centre undertakes participatory research and evaluations of services and organisations for example Local Authorities, Single Regeneration Budget (SRB) Partnerships, Health Care Trusts, the Private and Voluntary Sector.


Community Development Exchange

The UK-wide membership organisation for community development.


Community Development Foundation

A non-departmental public body supported by DCLG and the leading source of intelligence, guidance and delivery on community development in England and across the UK.


Community Matters

Community Matters is the nationwide federation for community associations and similar organisations, with more than 1100 member organisations across the UK. Originally established as the National Federation of Community Associations in 1945, Community Matters has played a key role in promoting and supporting action by ordinary people in response to social, educational and recreational needs in their neighbourhoods and communities.


Community Pride Unit/ Take Part Salford

Ocia Koranteng

Community Pride Community Link Worker

Tel: 0161 236 9321 (option 3)



Central Building, Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JQ



Dave Eatock

Community Pride Community Link Worker

Tel: 0161 247 2152/ 2114 

Mob: 07951 312914



The Community Pride Unit, a project based at the charity Church Action on Poverty, delivered the Salford Take Part Pathfinder programme.

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Comunities and Local Government

The Department for Communities and Local Government funds the Take Part network as part of its policy to promote community empowerment

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