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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Carlin How - a new Digital Village

From: "Thompson, Steve"
To: ciresearchers@vancouvercommunity.net; ciresearchers@vancouvercommunity.net; pradsa@googlegroups.com
Sent: Saturday, 21 February, 2009 21:07:21
Subject: [ciresearchers] Carlin How - a new Digital Village

Hi,
Here's a chance to follow one of these things from the beginning. 500 leaflets went out on Monday to all the houses in Carlin How inviting people to the community centre for a cup of tea, a biscuit and a chat. On the Friday noon session only one woman turned up but she was keen and I said that she was all we needed to make a start. In the evening she returned along with four others. We talked about other closeby Digital Villages including their close neighbour Skinningrove who were at this very position 9 years ago. We had a great chat about village life as well as the heritage and the history and the origin of the Village name. We're about to make a start. It's very tentative and I sensed some nervousness. This will take careful handling.

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http://digitalvillage.org.uk/carlinhow/

This is the last time I'll add any content. Watch this space. It may take off or it may not. Who knows, it's an adventure beginning.
Steve T

Steve Thompson
Community Engagement Coordinator
Institute of Digital Innovation
University Of Teesside
E- s.d.thompson@tees.ac.uk

Ack: Thanks and good luck to Steve and the community of Carlin How.

Additional links:

Ashton-in-Makerfield Community Forum
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Portslade Community Forum

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