Your chance to have your say and share your views on subjects affecting the county, in a dynamic and informal way.
Lists, data and information for the County Council. Includes access to our information, the publications scheme, freedom of information requests, charges for information, privacy information and other service data.
Community forums are local meetings which offer a straightforward way for residents to put their views and concerns about local issues directly councillors, councils, the police, local health services and community groups.
We run a variety of consultations on issues affecting all residents and businesses in Warwickshire. The results of these consultations are fed directly into our policy and decision making processes.
School governors are the most important volunteers in education. They have a key role to play in making sure all pupils at a school receive the highest standard of education possible and are able to achieve their full potential.
Community furniture reuse schemes are local voluntary initiatives set up to benefit disadvantaged people by redistributing refurbished furniture resources.
A list of external community organisations and businesses – an electronic version of a community notice board.
The Community Right to Challenge gives community groups and voluntary organisations the opportunity to express an interest in running council services.
There are 10 independent older peoples groups across the county, consisting of Older People’s Forums (OPFs), Senior People’s Forum (SPF), Senior Citizens Action Networks (SCANs) and Counsel of Older Residents (CORE).
The Countryside Recreation Team works with volunteers, both in the country parks and on the public rights of way network throughout the county.