West Midlands Pensioners Convention share tips for campaigning in the first of CEN's briefings
This page contains a range of CEN publications and resources which can all be downloaded. For links to websites providing further ideas and resources, click here.
CEN Annual Review 2007 - 8 pdf
Find out what has happened in CEN in the last year!
CEN DVD - Getting things done...the CEN way!
This is available from the CEN office - contact us for a copy.
Community stories booklet
CEN's new booklet highlights and celebrates communities improving our neighbourhoods and city. Each story is also available as a briefing below, which tell the stories of Coventry people doing extraordinary things in their communities. Each briefing looks at how they have achieved what they have achieved, and has useful information and contacts for those wanting to undertake similar work.
For a copy of the booklet, contact CEN
Read, learn and be inspired!
Edgwick Sports Project_Time for the Kids.pdf
An Edgwick couple respond differently to local kids
Action for Cheylesmore.pdf
The Action for Cheylesmore team describe themselves as an action group, not a talking shop
Whitefriars Housing Group_Great Expectations in Housing.pdf
Joan Allen has high expectations of housing in Coventry so she put herself forward to become a tenant board member
People's Place in Stoke Aldermoor is a safe place where people can go for advice
Minorities of Europe_Stronger Communities.pdf
Charles Fotso wants to help build stronger communities at a street level
WMPC_Pensioners Take it to the Top.pdf
West Midlands Pensioners Convention share tips on campaigning.
HRARA_Residents Parking Scheme.pdf
Local community helps extend the residents parking scheme near the Ricoh Arena
Respect and being realistic are the keys to success, according to a community organisation working in Hillfields.
Stoke Heath_Living With Change.pdf
How a community centre is coping with redevelopment on its doorstep
'Its about knowing who to talk to, says Pam Lewis of North East Older People's Forum
If you would like to 'tell your story', either by writing it yourself or being interviewed, please contact Annabel
Speakeasy is CEN's quarterly newsletter. You can read the current edition here.