Covid 19 update from @6_heads and 12 ways to support and connect with community

Covid 19 update from 6heads

In times of crisis and in the face of the extraordinarily challenging global situation we are all in it is more important for us to stay connected and work together.

For the time being all of our in person events are postponed and we are adapting to a digital programme.

To begin with here are 12 ways to support local communities, connect with us, start your day and online learning and resources for collective positive impact.

We will be keeping up regular posts through our website, facebook and twitter.

If you have anything you would like us to share in next weeks blog please get in touch at

Stay connected and well,

The heads.

Community Support 

1.Join Covid Mutual Aid UK to find out how you can support your local group:

Up and down the country, local people are putting together Covid-19 support networks, volunteering to bring food, medicine, or just a friendly voice on the phone to their elderly or otherwise vulnerable neighbours.

6 Heads online events

2. 6heads community online meetups  with guest hosts– weekly on Wednesday at 7pm from 25th March

In place of our monthly meet ups we would like to offer a space to connect with each other and keep up the 6heads tradition of sharing inspiration and collaborating for positive impace.

These will be held on Wednesdays from 7 – 8pm starting tomorrow on the 25th March. Join us through Zoom 

We are working to bring in some of our favourite collaborators as guests for these sessions. We will announce a programme soon, including:

  • Mac Macartney, author, activist and Founder of Embercombe
  • Alistair Gould – Chairman of the Carbon Free Group

We will also keep our facebook group  and twitter going as an active hub for conversation and sharing ways to support community initiatives. Please keep sending us your resources and we will do our best to share through our networks and channels.

3. WWF’s Earth Hour – Saturday 28th March 8.30 -9.30 pm

Join Earth hour globally. In light of the latest developments, the Earth Hour global organizing team is recommending all individuals to take part in Earth Hour digitally this year.  Visit to find out how to get involved

Join 6heads online at 8.15pm on Saturday 28th March for a candlelit hour of storytelling, poetry for change and making a promise for environmental action for the year ahead.  Hosted by Louisa Harris and Zoie Kennedy of The Shadow Travellers this our fifth year of story telling by candlelight to turn the lights off for Earth Hour and celebrate our beautiful planet. Register here

Setting up for the day – morning offers from our friends

4. A morning cup of calm with our friends at She Leads Change

A 15 minute connect and breathe every weekday morning at 8.45 . A good way to get set up for the day. Please do pour your favourite brew and join

5. Songline Quarantine Choir, Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings

An online community choir every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10.30 am brought to you by Singing Mama’s. Singing together raises our voices and is a moment of connection where we can come together and our heart beats synchronise. Register here

Online Learning

6. Business Declares Webinar – developing a climate emergency plan for your business in times of crisis – Thursday 26th March 10 am

In unprecedented times – join Busines Declares to hear how companies can create effective climate action plans and adapt them in the face of the current crisis with Safia Minney, Bates Well and Forster Communications.

Places are free: Register here

7. Join us in joining Otto Sharmer and The Presencing Insitute’s GAIA – Global Activation of Intention and Action group – starting 27th March

GAIA is an impromptu global infrastructure for sensemaking, for leaning into our current moment of disruption and letting this moment move us toward civilizational renewal.

GAIA offers a journey for change-makers, leaders, and citizens from all sectors, systems, and cultures — a journey that will culminate in a virtual Global Forum, multi-local and multi-regional, in July, co-created among the participants and focused on the transformation journey of the next decade.

Running for 14 weeks  with multiple cohorts – register for free here:

8. Connect to the Online Transformation Summit running this week – unlimited access is now free for all

 In this online program, you can access deep wisdom from international speakers, authors and teachers to accelerate your own transformation and elevation of consciousness to increase your wellbeing and impact. This line up of conscious leaders includes our longstanding friend and co-author of Regenerative Leadership – Giles Hutchins.


9. Kate Raworths Seaside reading list to change the world:

Over 300 titles to keep you busy while staying at home

10. You’re Here’s Collborative Planning google doc for Social Enterprise’s and Charities in the UK

This collaborative document shares government guidance, resources, webinars and a huge wealth of collective intelligence including  business planning, funding and finance, HR, health and well being and crowd-sourced questions to answer.

11.  The Corona Virus Tech Handbook

The Coronavirus Tech Handbook provides a library for technologists, civic organisations, public and private institutions, researchers and specialists of all kinds to collaborate on an agile and sophisticated response to the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent impacts. It is a rapidly evolving resource with thousands of active expert contributors.

12. Tools for collaborative innovation and co-creation by We are Co-creative

A brilliant set of tools for collaboration, systems mapping, remote working, innovation and building trust in teams. Highly recommended – we especially like this framework for “Virtual Meetings for Clarity and Momentum.”

We hope you are all well, our thoughts are with you all . Please stay connected with us and get in touch if you have an idea for or are part of existing community engagement and support we can help you to share through our network.

The heads

p.s. – we will be processing refunds and contacting everyone individually who has registered for existing in person events.


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