From Church Action on Poverty communications <[email protected]>
Subject New episode of the Podcast to End Poverty – listen now!
Date November 19, 2020 11:02 AM
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Dear John

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In Church Action on Poverty's latest podcast episode, Tracey and Dylan from
Thrive Teesside talk about their new book, and why communities need to not only
speak up, but to have their views taken up.

Thrive Teesside had recently completed an exciting new project, when the
pandemic began.

So, undeterred, they went back and did it all again.

Thriving Teesside , published in December 2019, had brought together stories, artwork, poetry and
photography by local people, reflecting on their town and lives. But when the
first coronavirus lockdown began in spring 2020, they realised there were many
new stories and perspectives to be told.

The team went back to the people they had worked with and gathered more
contributions, and a few weeks ago they relaunched a special edition of the

Read, listen or subscribe at
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Best wishes

Liam Purcell
Church Action on Poverty


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