11 October, 2017


Voscur is currently looking for enthusiastic, talented individuals to become Voscur Advocates.

Strategy and relationships

Leading the development of a new Bristol VCSE Strategy and Reviewing the Bristol Compact  
Owned by the sector, co-designed and facilitated by Voscur, the development of a new strategy for Bristol’s VCSE sector will help us all focus on what we want the sector to be and how we want to work together and with others. The aim of the strategy is to clearly demonstrate our sector’s impact, potential and ability to meet the challenges ahead – to help citizens and communities survive and thrive. 
10 August, 2017


Following the recent recruitment drive for Voscur Advocates, we have been successful in covering most of the vacancies with suitably qualified people.

We are now holding elections for vacancies for two of the boards - Learning City Partnership Board and Bristol Safeguarding Children Board.

Click here for details about the role of  Voscur Advocates.

29 June, 2017


Voscur is currently looking for enthusiastic, talented individuals to become Voscur Advocates.

18 May, 2017


The WoECSP is a self-organised partnership of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector (VCSE) infrastrucutre organisations across the West of England level. Established in 2011, it brings together Voscur, CVS South Gloucestershire, The Care Forum, Voluntary Action North Somerset, Wesport and West of England Rural Network.

The role of the Partnership is to:

28 April, 2017

Thursday 4 May 2017 sees an historic election for the first Mayor for the new West of England Combined Authority (WECA), covering Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire.


What the sector would like to see: key priorities and actions for meeting the needs of children, young people and families.

You are invited to the next meeting of the network.  The Mayor, Marvin Rees, has said that he wants to understand the sector’s priorities and suggestions.  He will attend this meeting to participate in our discussion.

Wednesday, 17 May, 2017 -
10:00 to 12:00

Following a community organising campaign, ACORN UK started in 2014 when a group of residents in Easton joined together to take action against unscrupulous landlords.  Through a network of volunteers trained and empowered to organise in their local communities, ACORN currently works to combat evictions, fight rip-off tenancy fees and insist on healthy housing.

Designed to help organisations to communicate effectively, telling the right people the right things in the right way, to achieve the best result, whether this is to raise awareness of your group / organisation or to promote its impact on service users to partners or funders.


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