Late Middle English (in the sense ‘representing many individuals’): from Old French collectif, -ive or Latin collectivus, meaning ‘gathered together’,
We are currently gathering as Collectives in different ways and places across Liverpool, below are a couple of examples
We meet weekly in homes across Liverpool to share life and food.
Collective meals began as a way to reach students living away from home, the idea was to offer them the experience similar to visiting family once a week. It has since involved to include others also living way from home that want that weekly opportunity to eat and connect.
Why not contact us about joining a local Collective Meal group?
There are families living in the Ropewalks! This may shock you, as there doesn't seem to be any thought towards them... no playgrounds, green spaces and a general lack of other services for families.
Collective Mums aims to be a support for families of the Ropewalks by creating a network of support that provides relational interaction, care and the sharing of resources.
why not contact us about joining a Collective Mums group?