Being the essential link to empowering our community groups, building local partnerships and improving residents’ lives’

We provide a diverse range of services to develop, enhance and empower voluntary and community groups to effectively serve their communities, including:

CVSBEH Summer Conference Thursday 16 June 2022
We have an exciting lineup of top speakers this year who will be at our jam-packed IN PERSON Summer Conference of 2022. Click here to view the lineup of guest and keynote speakers, details and location. Lots of knowledge is to be taken away! We are honoured to have keynote speakers Jim McManus – Director of Public Health of Hertfordshire County Council, and Cllr Richard Roberts – Leader of Hertfordshire County Council. Book your free place now via email by contacting penny@cvsbeh.org.ukFree lunch is provided!

Heritage Broxbourne
Our Heritage Broxbourne exhibition, also known as Voices from the Voluntary Sector, recorded the history and achievements of the Broxbourne community and voluntary sector over the past 50 years and was temporarily showcased at Lowewood Museum. To find out more about Heritage Broxbourne, including the people who took part in this project and shared their stories, please click here.

Digital Skills group in Stanstead Abbotts
Know someone who struggles to send an email, online shop, use video conferencing and much more? From Friday 29 April from 10.30 to 12 noon, we are hosting the first of our digital skills group at Nigel Copping Community Building in Stanstead Abbotts. This group is a fantastic way for participants to learn what they’ve always wanted to know about technology and how to do basic things online that they have either found difficult or confusing. A very sociable and friendly group where all are invited to attend for free. Those attending should bring along with them their own charged devices that they wish to use. To book, call us on 0300 123 1034 to attend on every last Friday of the month apart from August and December. Click here for more information.

Call for projects that strengthen the community (Up to £8,000 available)
East Herts Council is looking for projects that strengthen the community and lead to improved health and wellbeing of residents. Visit Funding for Community Organisations for information on eligibility and priorities for 2021. The latest funding round opened in mid March with past projects including a community garden, training for volunteers, Parkinson’s Support Group, arts and crafts outreach, expansion of a lunch club, Men’s Shed projects, play and sports development projects and improvements to a bowls club and village hall.

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