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A city-based forum for community and voluntary organisations that provide services or support to children and young people in Nottingham - from 0 to 24 years of age.

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Meeting dates:
CYPPN meetings are held quarterly (January, April, July and October). The following scheduled meetings will take place on the city campus of Nottingham Trent University. Please note change of venue.

  • The meeting scheduled for Wednesday 22 April 2020 from 2pm to 4pm has been cancelled. We are currently looking into ways to deliver the network meeting online and will notify network members as soon as we have more information.
  • For the moment, the July meeting remains in the calendar, but we will review nearer the time: Wednesday 22 July 2020 from 2pm to 4pm in Room 3504, Chaucer Building, Goldsmith Street

Who can join the network?
Membership is open to any community and voluntary organisation providing services or support to children and young people from 0 - 24 years in Nottingham. You needn't be based in the City but you must be providing services to children and young people who do live within Nottingham City.

Do I have to attend all the meetings?
We know how busy organisations are so you don’t have to attend every meeting. The meetings are for information sharing, and we make sure that all members receive key information and action notes from the meetings, including any speaker presentations.

Membership benefits:
As a network member you will receive regular information on consultations, events and training. There is the opportunity to directly contribute to the Children’s Partnership Board, and we also have representatives that sit on the children and young adults Safeguarding Board who can take any safeguarding queries directly to the right people.

You will be made aware of services that are being commissioned in the local area and how you can access opportunities for your organisation. Ensure that your voice is heard not only in Nottingham, but that you are contributing to the regional and national agenda for children and young people.

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