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Latest Activities

  • Do you have a gift for website design?
    We're revamping our website and we're looking for a passionate website developer to support us
  • ABCD conference in Aberdeen, full video
    Nurture Development Managing Director, Cormac Russell, introduces Asset Based Community Development at the ONE Community Conference 2014 in Aberdeen.
  • ABCD with a Cirencester youth club
    Nurture Development Associates, Maureen Rowcliffe and Philip Booth, went to the Fusion youth club at Cirencester Baptist Churc
  • Cormac Russell reflects on the Inspiring Scotland Link Up programme
    Inspiring Scotland publishes the evaluation on their Link Up programme and Cormac Russell reflects on the potential of this initiative to help people and communities in Scotland
  • ABCD in The Netherlands
    Scheidam welcomes Cormac Russell and Jim Diers
  • ABCD in Storify
    Follow our workshops, speeches and more through these summaries of our events
  • Cirencester Sofa Month
    This mobile sofa might be the next best thing to sit and chat with others in your community and two of our Associates are in it!
  • ABCD workshop in Aberdeen
    Cormac Russell delivered a one-day workshop in Aberdeen and Graham Ogilvy captured it in 10 drawings
  • Our latest webinar
    Access our latest webinar: Moving from being consumers of stuff to producers of democracy.
  • Job opportunity at Nurture Development
    Joining our small and friendly team of associates and core staff, the successful individual will provide a) Project management support to a minimum of 7 UK community projects b) Manage a small back office They will have a proven track record in project management with a minimum of 2 years of experience along with excellent administration skills. Salary: £24K-26K Full time