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Community-led housing festive virtual social: what are your aspirations for 2021?

Tuesday 8th December, 2020 |
This webinar will take place via zoom. Joining instructions will follow from our events team.

We are delighted to return with another virtual social for community-led housing groups and advisers on Tuesday 8 December at 17:00.  

Join the Wrigleys CLH team for a glass of mulled wine (recipes to follow) and some crystal ball gazing into 2021.  Topics to be covered include: 
•    Covid 19, the availability of property and property prices – a three tiered effect?
•    Governance in a virtual world.
•    The future of the Community Housing Fund and other sources of finance for your project.

You will also have an opportunity to discuss your aims and aspirations for 2021.  

To conclude, the CLH team will be adding some festive cheer and singing some festive songs. We would love you to join us - all abilities welcome!

If you have any comments or thoughts in advance, we would love to hear them. Get in touch by emailing the team here.


Welcome and introduction

Discussion groups

Participants will be automatically split between three breakout rooms covering: governance, finance, property.

Further discussion and networking

Festive songs


Or for further information contact: The events team on 0113 204 1122 or at
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