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  1. August 25, 2017 13:24

    Great summary Mark. It would be helpful to mention the role of CVSs and infrastructure specifically. Where we are properly resourced this activity is our day job and we try our very best whatever capacity we have. Obviously there are links in what you mention but we always need to make the specific role we have visible. Also for those who then say, but our CVS isn’t doing this my response would be join the board or help make sure there is a grant for it to do so. An independent and trusted voice that isn’t a competitor for service provision is critical.

    • August 25, 2017 13:44

      Cheers Ben – I agree completely – the role of local infrastructure organisations is key – I’ll try to pick this up in another blog – I try to keep the blogs to 600/800 words so there is always stuff missed out. But just to affirm – role of infrastructure orgs v important

  2. August 31, 2017 13:39

    Thanks for the reply Mark. I know you’re a fan and supporter, much appreciated in these times!

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