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Publication dateJanuary 2008 MBC170 Regional Parks Xchange Baseline Study The purpose of this report was to summarise progress to date on the development of Regional Parks in Northwest England. The report was produced by Andy Routledge at the Mersey Basin Campaign / Regional Parks Xchange with substantial and helpful input from all of the Regional Parks teams. This represented the first time attempt to draw progress on all of the Regional Parks together into a single report. The Northwest Development Agency and the Mersey Basin Campaign worked together on the Regional Parks Xchange project between 2007 and 2010 to support the development of Regional Parks as a vital regeneration tool in the delivery of the Regional Economic Strategy. Publication dateApril 2008 MBC210 Audio - Unilever Dragonfly Awards - St Luke's Church Crosby Leaders and young volunteers from St Luke's Church, Crosby, winners of a Unilever Dragonfly Award in 2008, talk about their environmental project and why they volunteer. Publication dateSeptember 2009 MBC216 Video - Tom Workman - Champion of Champions Tom Workman of Liverpool Sailing Club reacts to winning the Champion of Chmapions Unilever Dragonfly Award at the Mersey Basin Campaign's final conference in 2009 for his tireless voluntary efforts on behalf of Liverpool Sailing Club. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC227 Case study: Sammy the Celebrity Salmon This case study is part of a specially written series focusing on our local action projects. They are designed to show you how some of our best projects were delivered. Each case study provides background information, examines the original project idea, methodology, funding information, looks at who was involved, and draws out lessons learned from the experience. We hope these case studies will prove useful and inspirational, especially for those delivering similar work. This case study focuses on the adventures of Sammy the celebrity Mersey salmon, and his baton relay event. This was an awareness-raising communications campaign in which the salmon-shaped baton was transported along the Mersey by a range of community groups. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC231 Case Study: Action Partnerships This case study is part of a specially written series focusing on our local action projects. They are designed to show you how some of our best projects were delivered. Each case study provides background information, examines the original project idea, methodology, funding information, looks at who was involved, and draws out lessons learned from the experience. We hope these case studies will prove useful and inspirational, especially for those delivering similar work. This case study focuses on the network of local Action Partnerships itself, looking at the organisation and governance of the Action Partnerships, how they were structured and funded, and the kinds of work they undertook. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC238 Case study: Sub-regional Forums and event planning This case study is part of a specially written series focusing on the delivery of some of our key projects and events. They are designed to show you how some of our projects were delivered. Each case study provides background information, examines the original project idea, methodology, funding information, looks at who was involved, and draws out lessons learned from the experience. We hope these case studies will prove useful and inspirational, especially for those delivering similar work. This case study focuses on the organisation and delivery of the annual sub-regional forums - half-day events aimed at providing information about sub-regional developments and issues. The information in this case study is relevant to anyone putting together an event or conference with speakers. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC241 Project outline: Mersey Waterfront An outline of the Mersey Waterfront Regional Park programme (2002-2010)- a far-reaching and long-term programme of investment, influencing and coordination along the 135km of diverse coastline of the Mersey. The programme's aim was to transform, energise and connect the Mersey Waterfront and all its assets, to create a unique sense of place which attracted people to live, work, invest and visit. Publication dateDecember 2009 MBC242 Project outline: Pride in our promenades An outline of the Pride in our Promenades initiative from Mersey Waterfront. This was a flagship project within the Mersey Waterfront Regional Park, and a strategic approach to enhancing public access to the waterfront. Schemes were completed at Otterspool Promenade and Dingle Esplanade, Liverpool, Egremont Promenade, Wirral and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal Corridor in South Sefton and North Liverpool.