Our Chair Penny Taylor @ptupdate welcomed a packed room. Our team of social reporters was there to capture conversations.
Actor Alex Warren had a busy day. He was also a social reporter. Here's his first interview with fellow actor Rosie.
Next up, Tommy Whitelaw gave a powerful talk about caring for his mum, who had dementia.
- — Lea Mann (@MsLeaMann)Mon, May 19 2014 10:11:31
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- — Ruth Dorman (@ruthdorman)Mon, May 19 2014 09:31:51
Our social reporters caught up with Tommy later in the day.
- — youcanmakedifference (@tommyNtour)Mon, May 19 2014 21:30:35over 500 people have made personal pledge -commitment to -Make A Difference you can view or add here #ourfuture14 http://tommy-on-tour-2011.blogspot.com/2014/04/you-can-make-difference-you-can-view.html?spref=tw …
2020 and beyond: what is your vision? We had a group discussion that raised some big points.
- — The ALLIANCE (@ALLIANCEScot)Mon, May 19 2014 10:01:34'Its easier to get a Commonwealth Games ticket than to get the right services in place at times!' Applause from the floor! #ourfuture14
- — Pennie Taylor (@ptupdate)Mon, May 19 2014 13:28:28
Lots of great reading in the Imagining the Future report, which was launched on the day.
We heard some inspirational ideas for tackling health inequality in the petcha kutcha presentations.
- — The ALLIANCE (@ALLIANCEScot)Mon, May 19 2014 10:49:56