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Come along to your local Area Forum

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Published: 22/08/2013


Area Forums bring together parish councils, community organisations, local residents and councillors and everyone attending is encouraged to take part in the debate before any formal decisions are made. Local residents are invited to get involved in discussions covering highway maintenance, grants, youth provision, community infrastructure and local transport priorities.

All Area Forum meetings also include an open session for members of the public to put any questions to councillors and officers on any matter in the area, so why not come along, join in the debate and have a say where local funding is spent at the following locations:

Southern Brooks – Tuesday 3 September, 7pm, Patchway Community College, Almondsbury

Severn Vale – Wednesday 11 September, 7pm, Council Chamber, Council Offices, Thornbury

Kings Forest – Monday 16 September, 7pm, Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Kingswood

The Chase – Tuesday 17 September, 7pm, Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Kingswood

Frome Vale – Thursday 19 September, 7pm, Watermore Primary School, Frampton Cotterell

There will be updates on the New Homes Bonus funding scheme, community grant funding applications and the allocation of Positive Activities funding.

For information about applying for a community grant visit www.southglos.gov.uk/grants or call 01454 865865.

For further information regarding Positive Activities funding visit the Quartet Community Foundation web site www.quartetcf.org.uk/.

For information and details of how to apply for funding under the New Homes Bonus scheme or if you would like to receive details of the meetings in your area please contact Democratic services on 01454 864425 or visit our website www.southglos.gov.uk.


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