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May 24th Forum 7 - 9 pm

Horfield Quaker Meeting House, 300 Gloucester Road

We hope to see you there..................


AGENDA:

7.00 – Welcome and introductions
Presentations and items for information
  • Bristol Dementia Action Alliance
  • ROADS (Recovery orientated alcohol and drug service)
  • Neighbourhood priorities
  • Your new and returning Councillors
  • Your Neighbourhood Partnership – what it does, projects, and how it can help you
  • Police – priorities
Introduction of resident led topics for break out tables:
  • Dongola Road Area Residents traffic scheme
  • Cairns Road/ Harcourt Hill crossing
  • Ashley Down Green – new play area
  • Friends of Horfield Common projects
Breakout tables: Your opportunities to feedback
8.00 – Discussion at your tables of interest
– Parks
– Travel
– Street Scene
– Trees
– ROADS – feedback and questions from earlier presentation
– Councillors
– Police
– General issues for the attention of Bristol City Council

Feedback on any key issues from table leads

9.00 – Close of meeting
 

You can make a difference:

Working Groups - get involved
 

The NP has a number of projects and areas of work which are taken forward by dedicated working groups. If you are interested in any of the following groups, or have suggestions for others please contact us info@bcrnp.org.uk
  • Communications and Engagement
  • Governance
  • Parks and Green Spaces
  • Small Grants
  • Street Scene
  • Sustainable Travel
  • Trees
  • Young People

More information on our website


Community Advocates:


We have identified several specific topics which we believe deserve a voice on our Partnership, but for which no single representative community group exists. We use the name ‘community advocates’ for members who are chosen for their experience and willingness to speak up on behalf of the following:
• Equality (at most 2 advocates)
• Local business/traders (at most 1 advocate)
• Student residents (at most 1 advocate)
Community advocates are expected to bring a general understanding of the topic for which they are advocating to discussions, and also, like other members, to participate with a view to promoting the wider objectives of the Partnership.

Advocates will be elected at the NP meeting on June 20th. If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please get in touch
Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership
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