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Dialogue – Your Ideas

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The Town Council wants to work together with the local community in Penrith to find the right solutions to specific problems and/or identify ways to improve the town and make a difference!

To this end we have set up a new easy to use digital ‘dialogue’ tool that offers a platform for a) setting challenges, b) outlining ideas and opinons c) commenting on ideas suggested by others and/or d) growing new ideas from previous ideas/suggestions.

Our ‘Dialogue – Your Ideas website’ has these features:

  • Registering and creating a profile
  • Submitting an idea: WYSIWYG editor, formatting correctly
  • Commenting and rating
  • Searching for content

Registering and Creating a profile

Anyone can look at ideas and comments, but to really get involved in a challenge a profile is needed. You’ll need to access the Your Ideas website read our ‘Terms of Use’ and then head over to ‘Register’ and create an account. If you try to submit an idea, comment or rating before you register, you will be prompted to ‘log in’ to the site first. The log-in page has a link to the registration form. Be sure to enter your email address correctly, as this will be needed if you forget your password and would like to reset it. You can edit your profile and change your password at any time by clicking on your username at the top of the page. This will also show you a list of the ideas and comments you’ve submitted.

If you would like to participate, please go to our Dialogue site, read the guidance files, register and submit your challenge, idea or comment!

Moderation Policy

We would ask that interactions are respectful with a view to working together to make a difference!

“We often see things from different viewpoints, however mutual respect allows us to disagree and express ourselves openly. It’s in this place of creative tensions that our ideas are born”