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Wednesday 10 July 2019
East Sussex Annual Assembly

Programme

Evaluation form

Crowdfund UK
Locate East Sussex- bidding success
Funding Pipeline and Collaboration

Promoting Philanthropy


Making East Sussex a Magnet for Inward Investment

Given the fast changing landscape of funding availability and wishing to support and encourage partners to secure inward investment into East Sussex the Assembly will explore what options are available for funding. The Assembly will look at the new funding and investment landscape, new approaches to funding local initiatives and how we can position the County effectively.





9 July 2018
East Sussex Annual Conference

Programme
Gig Buddies - Paul Richards
Universal Credit in a rural setting - Kay Birch
Seaview reaching the furthest first - Annie Whelan

Evalution form

Recent changes to services, including reductions in front line services because of budget restrictions, have highlighted the challenges that all organisations that deliver services to the public face in anticipating and responding to the differing needs in our communities. How do we best respond to the challenges? Using the principle of furthest first, the idea that by reaching and solving the challenges of those in most need of help, you learn more. All of these learnings can then be applied to reaching the rest of the population with improved velocity and scale.
 The Assembly will consider the particular challenges facing each sector, examples of successful ‘furthest first’ projects and how we can work in partnership to maintain delivery of high quality services.


 

7 November 2017
East Sussex Annual Conference

Programme

Introduction to Communtiy Confidence - Nazeya Hussain
Counter Terrorism Unit - Pete Dommett
Organised Crime Gang - Dave Padwick

Envionment Agency - David Bonner


Recent national events, including terror attacks in London and Manchester and the fire at Grenfell Tower, have highlighted the challenges that all organisations that deliver services to the public face in anticipating and responding to emergencies and managing and meeting communities’ expectations. From delivering day-to-day services and support to undertaking emergency planning, public facing organisations in all sectors are expected to undertake a wide-range of established duties, anticipate and plan for eventualities, and be visible and maintain 24 hour communications with reducing resources. The Assembly will consider the particular challenges facing each sector, examples of successful community engagement and how we can work in partnerships to maintain communities’ confidence in this context. 

If you would like to attend this event please complete and return the booking form to essp@eastsussex.gov.uk by no later than Friday 20th October 2017

Please send your completed feedback form to essp@eastsussex.gov.uk


13 September 2016 

East Sussex Annual Conference

The theme of the 2016 conference was Mental Health, and considered how we can work in partnership to best support and improve the lives of people living with mental health problems in East Sussex.  

Programme

Helpful Contacts
Mental Health in East Sussex  - Dr Mokhtar Issac (Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)

Healthwatch East Sussex - Phil Hale (Healthwatch East Sussex)

Street Triage - Sarah Gates (Sussex Police)

Fulfilling Lives Project - Jo Rogers and Eleanor Busby (Brighton Housing Trust)

East Sussex Recovery College - Debbie Rimmer and Karen Swain (Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)
Conference Report - containing a summary of the event, feedback and proposed topics for the next Assembly 


Please send your completed 
feedback form to essp@eastsussex.gov.uk 



8 December 2015
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference 

Programme

- Becky Shaw (ESCC)

Health and Wellbeing Visits Project presentation - Adam Chugg (3VA) and Abbie Wraige (ESFRS) 

Clean Seas Please and Hastings Pollution Assessment Volunteers presentation - Jan Cutting (HVA and RVA) and Ian Sier (Hastings Pollution Assessment Volunteer) 

Growing Community Resilience for Health and Wellbeing - Anita Counsel (ESCC) and Lesley Thompson (Friends Across Wadhurst Volunteer)

Quizdom Question Results Report
 
Conference Report - containing a summary of the event, feedback and proposed topics for the next Assembly 

Please send your completed
feedback form to essp@eastsussex.gov.uk 




14 July 2014

East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference 

Programme 

First World War Centenary Commemorations in East Sussex presentation - Chris Kempshall

Economic Development & Key Findings of Peer Challenge presentation
 - Rob Cottrill and Rupert Clubb

East Sussex Councils' "Open for Growth" Peer Challenge
Final Report
Presentation 

Conference Report - contains a summary of the event, feedback and proposed topics for the next Assembly 

Please send your completed
Feedback Form to essp@eastsussex.gov.uk



Previous meetings:
17 October 2013
5 July 2012
3 November 2011
22 July 201017 July 2009
27 November 2008
10 July 2008
18 September 2007



17 October 2013

East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference
 
Assembly report 2013

Programme of events 
The Picture in East Sussex - James HarrisLets Do Business - Graham Marley
Creative Industries in East Sussex - Sally Staples
Rye Partnership - Chrissy Stower
Supporting Young People into Employment - Jessica Stubbings
Heathfield Works! - Frances Conway
Offenders & Employment - Mary D'Arcy and John Lindford
 

5 July 2012
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference

Programme of events
Assembly Report

Priority updates:

The Picture in East Sussex (Jeremy Leggett and Steve Manwaring) 




3 November 2011
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference

Programme of events
Assembly Report



22 July 2010
Rising to the Challenge - the East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference


Programme

Conference Report
Audit Commission presentation
Delegate list
Background paper

Pride of Place - strategic priorities to 2026 

 

 

 

17 July 2009
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference

A look back at... The ESSP Annual Report 2008/09: Looking at the successes and lessons learnt over the past year, including the two Local Area Agreements and developmental work undertaken through the Progress through Partnership programme.

A look forward to...

Future Predictions: A  thought provoking  look at what the  long-term  future may hold for East Sussex from Professor Fred Gray, University of Sussex. 
View the presentation

 

Young People's Views: Pride of Place sets out a vision for East Sussex in 2026. Find out what young people's aspirations are from Members of the East Sussex Youth Cabinet.

 

Making Sustainablity a Reality: An exploration of the role engagement plays in creating sustainable futures from Chris Baker, University of Brighton. View the presentation 
 



27 November 2008
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference


Agenda
Table plans of delegates
ESSP member organisations
A participant's guide to the day
Draft countywide action plan


10 July 2008

East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference 

 

 

Agenda
Notes of the Meeting
Notes from the action planning workshops
ESSP Annual Report 2007/08
Annual Report 2007/08 presentation
The new Local Area Agreement (LAA) presentation
Mapping the Sustainable Community Strategy key tasks against the LAA and National Indicator Set
Delegate list
Feedback and Evaluation received from delegates

 

18 September 2007
East Sussex Assembly Annual Conference

Agenda
ESSP Annual Report 2006/07
Presentation by Alison Horan, Head of Community Partnerships, East Sussex County Council
East Sussex Integrated Sustainable Community Strategy - themes and priorities
Wicked Issues paper
Delegate list
Feedback and Evaluation of the event