We have been receiving some great feedback from not only our Nexters who are involved in the programme, but also the many guests and organisations that have heard about what we have been up to.

Off the back of the programme, our Nexters have also been receiving some good press coverage:

See how our Nexters, Peter Thomond and Richard Raynes from SportInspired impressed Telegraph reporter Brian Moore by showing him a great example of Big Society in action.

David Erasmus’ project Givey and Peter Thomond and Richard Raynes’ initiative SportInspired were named as ‘winners’ of the Big Society in an article in the Independent on Sunday.

Here are some more appearances of our Nexters in the press proving that we’re not the only ones excited by their projects and innovative ideas.

Read about Sunday Assembly launching satellite assemblies across the globe in The Guardian

Watch Alison Baum of Best Beginnings on BBC World News

Our Nexter Benita Matofska talks to The Argus about their Crowdshare Event and People Who Share.

Watch Facewatch being discussed and shown on the BBC  in this video

Watch Sunday Assembly’s Brighton Branch on ITV!

The Giving Machine talk about how technology is making donating free in The Guardian

Read how the Met police are using Facewatch to catch criminals

Watch Sunday Assembly’s Sanderson Jones speak about the initiative on 4Thought TV

Kat Jackman featured in The Independent talking about her project Unsigned Band Review.

Nexter Alun Baker is interviewed in The Guardian on his organisation WYGU

See Robyn Scott being listed in The Next Women magazine, the first award-winning online Women’s Business Magazine and networking forum with a focus on startups and growing businesses led, founded or invested in by women.

Nexter Tom Latchford gives advice to charities about social media in The Guardian.

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