Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation

Community Hubs


Community Hubs is a specialist area within GMCVO with the task of strengthening the voluntary and community sector through the development of  Hubs – ie places or spaces, of energy that generate community or neighbourhood activity. We achieve this through grant-funded programmes and project-based consultancy services.

• About Community Hubs
Building Success Online toolkit  (supports the development of community design projects)
COMBINE  (Community Buildings Information Network)
Generating Success  (promotes and encourages community-based renewable energy projects)

Contact the Community Hubs staff:

Alison Crush, alison.crush@gmcvo.org.uk, 0161 277 1022 
Ian Taylor, ian.taylor@gmcvo.org.uk, 0161 277 1040

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