I’m Mike, one of the 15 Development Team (DT) members in Sussex Cohousing, and this is my first blogpost. The specialism I bring to the team is around contemporary human resource / organisational development practices. I guess that’s the main ‘professional lens’ through which I see our budding community. I wanted to reflect something I’ve been noticing about the evolving nature of our recruitment practice, and why this suggests to me that if you are seriously interested in be
A mixture of development team members and supporters – ten in all – came together for ten-pin bowling fun on Wednesday 13th March. There was a real mix of ages, gender and abilities, which was good to see. Many of our socials involve us sharing our thoughts and ideas about cohousing and related subjects over tea and snacks, which is really valuable of course, but this time we opted for a bit of action and silliness, and I can safely say that all who came found it refreshing!
Cohousing is about people coming together, and we're thrilled to see it happening so heartily! Our Development Team (those who actively work on the project) has grown again this Winter to 15 people. We've also had a steadily growing list of Supporters (who pay a small monthly subscription of £5 to support the project and gain access to certain restricted events like workshops and 'internal' socials, are kept more up-to-date with what's going on and will be first in line to be