With government guidelines for Covid-19 changing frequently and with little notice, and regional variations to the guidelines around meeting people face-to-face, many community businesses are planning to host their Annual General Meetings virtually.
Claire Spendley, membership manager at the Plunkett Foundation, reports of the first 'virtual AGM' held in the charity's 101 year history.
Free online event showcasing inspirational communities making their local areas better through business.
A new guide designed to help local councils across England better understand the benefits that community businesses can bring to their areas is set to be launched later this year.
Plunkett Foundation's head of engagement Harriet English welcomes the support of Power to Change, the independent trust that supports community businesses in England, as the charity gears up its post Covid-19 lockdown support and resources.
Plunkett Foundation chief executive James Alcock welcomes the widespread support for our Vision for a Post Covid Rural Recovery
Plunkett Foundation chief executive James Alcock looks ahead to a rural renaissance as he introduces Plunkett's Rural Vision.
Across the country community businesses have been proving their ability to innovate and be adaptable during the Covid-19 lockdown. Here is the story of a Shropshire community shop which helped the most vulnerable people keep connected and supplied over the twelve weeks that the shop had to close its doors.