One of the noble truths in our framework is Conserving. In the research team, we look at movement and changes in people’s resilience by; talking to people as individuals, as family members as part of a whole town approach, we invite people to take part in surveys, to get in touch with us to share ideas, we bring people together for group discussions and, because we are interested in research, we also look at lots of; notes, articles, policy papers and any publicly available information / numbers that we know can have an impact on our resilience. We follow the noble truth of conserving when we look at both the good and bad changes. Conserving is about bringing all the good bits and bad bits together. Conserving, because we know sometimes Blackpool can be painted unfavourably by numbers, conserving when we hear successes from people across Blackpool, and conserving when we hear something isn’t working as well as it could be. Conserving allows us to look at the both sides of the story, and by our mixed methods approach, understanding stories and numbers we can share the story of our resilient town. We are working together to write a report of all the Resilience Revolution activities over the last 12 months. Do you have a resilience story to share, please get in touch if you would like to share it with us.

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