Bristol City Council is to become the latest member of the Co-operative Councils Innovation Network (CCIN).

Mayor Marvin Rees made the announcement during a keynote speech at the Co-operative Party’s annual conference in Bristol last weekend. Read Marvin’s full speech here.

CCIN is a collaboration between local authorities who are committed to finding better ways of working for, and with, local people for the benefit of their local community. Find out more here.

Joining the CCIN was a 2016 Labour Bristol manifesto pledge, and membership of the network will add to the great co-operative work already underway in Bristol, including the One City Plan and City Office.

Left to right: Cllr Chris Penberthy (Plymouth City Council), Nicola Huckerby (CCIN head of communications), Mayor Marvin Rees, Cllr Tom Brook (Bristol City Council)
Left to right: Cllr Chris Penberthy (Plymouth City Council), Nicola Huckerby (CCIN head of communications), Mayor Marvin Rees, Cllr Tom Brook (Bristol City Council)
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