The RSN organises an annual seminar programme which is free of charge to members. The events are intended to help Councils and Rural Services Partnership Members overcome some of the issues and challenges that they face in delivering services in rural places.
The seminar programme for 2016-17 can be downloaded here
Don't miss the next seminar in the 2016-2017 programme. Taking place on Tuesday 7th March 2017 in Durham this seminar will explore what schemes are being delivered in rural communities, and whether projects are addressing local priorities or leaving rural residents and businesses stifled by regulatory and operational requirements.
|Grants and Funding: meeting the philanthropic needs of rural England|
|Rural Economies: taking a lead on community regeneration and social value|
|Mind the [Rural] Gap – Access to Services and Rural Proofing seminar was held at Basement Room, Alan Baxter Buildings, 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL|
|The Making Rural Settlements Work: Planning and Affordable Housing seminar was held at Council Chamber, North Yorkshire County Council, County Hall, Northallerton on the 9th February 2016|
|The Tackling the Challenges of Ageing – Fuel Poverty and Services for the Older People seminar was held at Cotswold District Council on the 18th November 2015|
|The Viable Rural Communities and Economies – Through the lens of the Market Town seminar was held at Harborough District Council on the 19th August 2015|
|The Local Authorities and the Health and Well-Being Agenda seminar was held at The Guildhall, High St, Worcester on the 3rd of March 2015|
|The Lottery and Local Authorities – Learning from Good Practice at the Local Level seminar was held at Rocket Science, Alan Baxter Buildings, 70 Cowcross Street, London on the 27th of January 2015|
|Sustainable Tourism Strategies seminar was held in Cheltenham on the 3rd December 2014|
|The Art, Culture, Landscapes, LOCAL AUTHORITIES and Geography seminar was held at South Holland Centre, Spalding on the 12th of March 2014|
|The “The Unreachables” – Making Delivery Work Through Partnership Across the Rural/Urban Divide seminar was held at Cheshire East Council, Town Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 1EA on the 11th of February 2014|