Phillip Vincent, ACRE’s Communications Manager said, “We’re excited to finally launch our new website today. It’s been a work in progress for nearly a year, with completely new content and information that will hopefully prove to be an invaluable reference for community groups and policy makers alike”.
Over the coming months, ACRE is planning to add more video case studies capturing best practice from around the country, along with further commentary on topical debates such as levelling up, fuel poverty and the need for more affordable housing.
The website will also be a place where local ACRE members and sponsors can publish content useful to rural communities.
Bev Parker, Chief Executive at Rural Action Derbyshire said “We’re pleased that ACRE has featured some of the work we do on the new website, including the Feeding Derbyshire project that was so important to supporting vulnerable people during the pandemic. As an ACRE member, we’re proud to be part of a wider national network that provides advocacy for rural communities which – more often than not – can go forgotten by policy makers”.
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