Second RURALITIES Project Board Meeting Marks a Milestone in Rural Development

In a significant leap forward for rural development, the Second Ruralities Project Board Meeting was recently concluded, marking the end of a highly productive session. The event, blending both online and in-person elements, took place at the historical Inverness Town House (Scotland), showcasing the robust partnership with Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership.

This year’s meeting was not just a routine check-in; it was a celebratory milestone of the progress achieved in the project’s inaugural year. Participants, ranging from team members to project partners, shared updates and insights, reflecting on the strides made towards enhancing rural communities. The forum served as a breeding ground for innovative ideas, with detailed discussions on action plans and the creation of synergies with sister projects, setting a robust agenda for the coming year.

The meeting underscored the strength of collaboration and unity among the team members who have dedicated themselves to the common cause of rural advancement.

One of the key highlights of the meeting was the laying down of an essential framework intended to guide future efforts. This framework is not merely a blueprint but a commitment to continued dedication and motivation towards empowering rural communities.

As the RURALITIES Project steps into its second year, there is a palpable sense of excitement and anticipation among the team and stakeholders. The project promises to bring about significant changes, driving development, and fostering sustainable growth in rural areas.

The RURALITIES team invites the community and interested stakeholders to stay tuned as they continue on this exciting journey, promising further updates and outcomes in the pursuit of rural development and prosperity.




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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under grant agreement no 101060876. UK participants in Horizon Europe Project RURALITIES are supported by UKRI grant numbers: 10051963 The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership and 10050988 Earthwatch Europe.