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We are committed to listening to the community, acting fairly and helping local people to be part of developing the campus.
We run workshops, events and other activities to give you an opportunity to get involved in creating a health and wellbeing facility that works for you.
If you have a view on how things could work better – we would like to hear from you. We also want to reach people we have not yet had conversations with. If you know a community group or attend a regular meeting that would like to know more about plans for the campus please let us know.
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Would you - or someone you know - like to be involved in planning and developing Wellbeing services and activities at The Wilson?
We are looking for 5 – 10 people with a diverse mix of experience, knowledge and skills to become members of the Wilson Wellbeing Steering Group. The first meeting of the Steering Group will be in September 2019.
If you are a local resident or work or volunteer for a local organisation that supports the community in any way and you have an interest in wellbeing, we would love to hear from you!
Applicants/nominees must have an understanding of the Merton community, a commitment to working collaboratively and inclusively, an ability to contribute to the vision and business plan for Wilson wellbeing activities and be able to share feedback from Steering Group meetings with their local community.
The time commitment is 2 – 4 hours per month plus time for outreach work in-between meetings.
Deadline for completed applications is 5pm on 30 June 2019
Wellbeing Services at the Wilson: Creating a Social Enterprise
Workshop for community members
29th November 2018
Part of the wide community engagement for the Wilson Health and Wellbeing Campus development. A workshop co-hosted by Khadiru Mahdi (Chief Executive of Merton Voluntary Service Council (MVSC) and voluntary sector representative on the Wilson Programme Board) and Diana Sterck (Chief Executive of the Merton Chamber of Commerce). For community representatives to begin to shape the Social Enterprise Organisation that will become responsible for overseeing the delivery of the Wellbeing services on the Campus:
- The purpose and responsibilities of the Social Enterprise Organisation:
- The most appropriate legal structure for the Organisation
- Process and timing of formation of the Organisation
- Proposals for membership of the Organisation’s governing body
- Interim budget requirements to operate in the short to medium term.
Wellbeing Services at the Wilson: open meeting
Invitation to community members
1st May 2019 - 6.00pm – 7.45pm - Vestry Hall, Cricket Green, 336-336 London Road - Mitcham CR4 3UD
The business of the meeting will include:
- An update on the context for the development of Wellbeing services and activities
- Governance arrangements
- Priority actions
- Consideration of potential opportunities to start to make a difference in the community now.
The meeting will be co-hosted by Khadiru Mahdi (Chief Executive of Merton Voluntary Service Council (MVSC) and voluntary sector representative on the Wilson Programme Board) and Diana Sterck (Chief Executive of the Merton Chamber of Commerce).
Who should attend?
This is an open invitation to anyone from the Merton community who is interested in contributing to the development of the Wellbeing services arrangements.