Sustaining the CYP sector - Your online conference

Tuesday, 17 March, 2020 - 10:00 to 16:00
Free for VCSE organisations that work with Children and Young People
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This work, is part of the Youth Sector Support Fund (YSSF) work carried out by Voscur, Quartet Community Foundation and Bristol City Council. The YSSF helps youth-focused organisations from the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector reach more young people and be more sustainable.

We apologise for the cancellation of this event, but we hope you understand our decision in light of the current situation with coronavirus. We are offering various online activities to replace the original event: 

Twitter Q&A, 12pm-2pm

On Tuesday 17 April we will be holding a Twitter Q&A from 12pm-2pm, where you will be able to live tweet your questions about the Youth Sector Support Fund, the CYP sector and your group, to be answered by Jenny Wildblood (from Voscur) and David Triggle-Wells (from Quartet Community Foundation). If you’d like to ask a question in advance, please tweet using the hashtag #CYPBristol or email

Those of you who don’t have a Twitter account are still welcome to ask questions via email, and you can search the hashtag #CYPBristol for updates on the day. We will also summarise key points from the Q&A as a news story on the Voscur website and on Facebook.

Workshop Resources

What’s more, we will give you access to several of the workshop presentations and handouts via our website, which will be stored here:

Bristol Children's Charter - 10 pledges to prioritise quality of life for the city's children and young people. 

Social media plan template - an example of a basic social media plan; in this case, we're using Twitter and Facebook. 

Planning Tree tool - plan your projects according to the issues and needs you must address, the resources you have, and the outcomes you are looking for. 

This event is part of the Youth Sector Support Fund from Quartet Community Foundation and Bristol City Council.

How to book: 

This is now an online event - no need to book.

Contact name: 
Rosa Watkin
0117 909 9949