Check out our community events. Learn how to: add a profile, make the most of your profile, brand your profile, or how aDoddle mapping can support communities and more.
We want to support you, your organisation, your community – so if there is a training that you would like us to consider putting on – please just ask through our contact form.
10th March 2021 – 10am
Join us for this collaborative event between Starting Point and aDoddle to support the development and growth of the new community map for Woodley & Bredbury.
This is an opportunity to find out more about the map, how organisations can add their profiles (free), what the five key things are that people want to know, and more.
Start Point are encouraging organisations local to or active in Woodley & Bredbury to add their details and help residents find out what is going on in our community, including volunteering opportunities, support services and more.
Following the launch of 12 new Area Maps across the South West, supported by The National Lottery’s Local Community Fund in conjunction with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), we are hosing three webinars – giving a choice of dates and times.
Each webinar will last approx 45 mins & cover:
17th March – 6pm
29th March – 12 noon
31st March – 2.30pm
Wednesday 7th April – 10am
Branding your profile on aDoddle has never been easier – Canva is a free and easy online program that gives you access to creating bespoke graphics to use on websites, social media, printing and more.
This workshop is an introduction to help you to easily create a header image for your profile on aDoddle and how within the dashboard on aDoddle you can select a main branding colour to help personalise your profile.
The workshop will be recorded so that you can come back to it if you need to.
Community Mapping – what is it, why does it work and how can we bring it to our communities right now?
We live in a digital world where we can find everything we need at the touch of a button – or Do we? Recent and ongoing events have shown us how critical it is for people to be able to find help, where they can volunteer or how to connect with others in their community.
Join Jaki, founder of aDoddle.org, to discover how you can get involved and help to ‘join the dots’ & create a national resource which will connect people & communities with the support, opportunities & awareness of resources available at a local level.
Connecting Communities – One Click at a Time
On 26th March 2020 students from Bournemouth University held the online launch of the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Community Map.
The students produced the launch as part of their university coursework.
The BCP community map was the 4th area-based map to be launched and is part of a planned network of over 400 area maps that are linked to aDoddle.org.
Connected Community Maps are about building a resource that works for the benefit everyone. Bringing together information on local charities, community projects, groups and resources. Making it ‘aDoddle’ for everyone to find community based support, services, tools and resources that may help improve quality of life. Whether that is finding help at a time of crisis (or in time to avoid a crisis), give help through volunteering or locating places to connect with others.