Community Assembly Burngreave ward meeting

The Burngreave councillors on the North East Community Assembly will hold a public meeting at the Vestry Hall on Thursday 24th September at 6pm.

The meeting is for members of the public to tell councillors what needs doing in the area and also to find out what the Community Assembly is doing. Based on the successful format of the area panel meetings, topics for discussion will include:

  • the “Community Plan” for the North East of the City

  • Area-Based Grant – funding for local organisations

  • Highways funding

  • “Climate Change Pot”

  • “Bring out your rubbish” days

  • the Council's Community Involvement Strategy

  • Burngreave Cemetery

The next formal meeting of the Community Assembly will be on Wednesday 21st October, between 6pm and 8pm, at Shirecliffe Community Centre.

Community Assembly ward meeting at the Vestry Hall
6:00pm to 8:00pm Thursday 24 September 2009
North East Community Assembly meeting at Shirecliffe Community Centre
6:00pm to 8:00pm Wednesday 21 October 2009

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