Cross Partnership Board Events


Each year CAIL organises events that bring together people from each of the Partnership Boards and the general public to look at the issues that people have said are affecting them.

One example of this was the event in February 2015 which was organised around the theme of ‘Crime: Prevention and Safety’. This was attended by both the Mayors of Ely and Cambridge and the key note speech was given by Sir Graham Bright, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire.

Presentations were given by  Stop Hate UK,  Cambridgeshire Police community safety team, Adult Safeguarding team of Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) and the Trading Standards team from CCC.  Each presentation was followed by a discussion and question and answer session to enable everyone to participate.


Hidden Voices

Following on from our previous successful events, CAIL is pleased to announce “Hidden Voices”, a day of exploring how people who do not normally come to events and meetings can have their say and their voices heard.

Join us on Tuesday 14th February 2017 Netherhall School in Cambridge for talks and workshops to help us to create more inclusive Partnership Boards so that voices can be heard from all communities and individuals in the design and planning of services.

For those who are not familiar with the Partnership Boards, the boards work to support and improve social care by including the people who use the services (service users) in their design, delivery and evaluation.

Date:             14th February 2017

Time:             10am – 2.30pm

Location:      Netherhall School, Queen Edith’s Way, Cambridge, CB1 8NN

We will have BSL interpreters and Speech To Text Reporting at the event.

We would also welcome any volunteers for both planning and on the day – so if you can spare any time to help, please do get in touch!


If you would like to book a place for either or both of these events then please contact James Saunders at CAIL.  Please also let him know if you have any dietary, travel, accessibility or any other additional needs.


Tel: 0300 111 2301