Ain't what you say.....


Last week, in spite of the atrocious weather, we were delighted to welcome people to the launch of a series of TimeBank events. These are designed to celebrate our ten year anniversary next year and start to get people thinking differently about volunteering, where it’s been, where it’s going and how we can all shape the future through volunteering by thinking innovatively.

TimeBank started as a media campaign but has since evolved into a much more complex organisation that undertakes its own volunteering projects. We’ll be using our 10th year to launch our new plans and want people to join and help us shape the future.

We were lucky enough to be joined by three speakers who have very different views on how best to communicate in order achieve change. Hear what Peter Barron from Google, Paul Newman who headed up the Liverpool European city of culture campaign, Mark Earls a leading expert in mass communications and author of Herd, and our own TimeBank team had to say to our guests at this unexpectedly fun packed interactive event on Thursday.