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Nice report on the day David. Good to meet you there. And final compliment - the video clips work nicely. I was initially sceptical but you've made them work and I think your journalism background probably helps.

£395,000?

Yes indeed £395,000 - see this item
David

David, thanks for a great report and good vids. Sorry I had to miss you and the event. I'm interested to observe lots of references to community groups but little apparent publicity in the local VCS beforehand and no reference to VCS participation at the event, i your blog entry at least. Maybe I'm wrong? Also, was Jacqueline Roshkani the only one referring to access constraints, I wonder? Best wishes, Nick

Nick, I did hear some grumbles from VCS ... and access and other user issues could have been given more of an airing. Time for a different sort of event?

Thanks for the positive comments about the campaign materials. I think it's important to stress that they are totally agnostic about whether a campaign is online or offline or whether a campaign uses the Bristol tool or others.

One councillor who was there suggested the low turnout among politicians was down to the simple fact that councillors don't have stacks of spare time to commit to conferences like this. It would have been good to have had more there though.

These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.

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