Here is an e copy of our 10th newsletter. The newsletter is delivered to all households in the Kirk Hallam area
The contents include a memorial to hazel cooper; details of the community chest; welcome to Alisya Hill, the community development worker at the community centre; job opportunity for caretaker / cleaner; results of the survey; plans for the Big Kirk Hallam Great get together event; letters from residents and a few words from Partnership Group new member Alex Harris.
Have a look at our latest newsletter
It includes news on
- AGM and new Partnership Group members
- Big Kirk Hallam Community Centre
- Community school lunches
- Warm welcome lunch club
- Big Kirk Hallam camp out
Big Kirk Hallam is part of a national programme across 150 areas and we are proud to be part of the network of resident led groups taking local action for long lasting change.
The latest Local Trust Big Local newsletter for the whole programme has gone out today and can be viewed here: http://createsend.com/t/j-6E53CCC07D5AC49D
It includes info on:
§ Our new chief executive appointment
§ Residents’ and researchers’ insights on how to get more people involved in Big Local
§ The steering group for our Empowered Communities research project – deadline for expressions of interest is Monday 31 October
§ Latest upcoming events for Big Local residents – please do spread the word about these
Event Timings & Attractions – Kirk Hallam Skatepark Opening & Family Fun Day – 8.10.16.pdf
Just a reminder that it’s the opening of the skatepark today – come along for an afternoon of family fun
Here is an easy read flipbook presentation of the latest from Big Local, with thanks to Jane Bettany and Boston Big Local. It covers what’s been happening round the 150 Big Local areas, furnished with local news and stories of action and change. Well worth a flip through.
Here is the latest newsletter from the Big Kirk Hallam partnership. A personal copy will arrive through the door for all residents and we hope you take a moment to read of the highlights and successes of your resident-led £ 1m ten year programme to make the area an even better place to live.
The front page is dedicated to Brian Cooper who has decided to stand down as chair having steered the early years. We thank him massively for all he has done and we are delighted he is staying on the partnership group.
There are also loads of success stories to enjoy and there is an outline of the new plan and the money proposed to be spent on community projects.
The partnership is very keen to hear from anyone wishing to get involved either by supporting activity or by helping run things through joining the partnership. Whatever you can bring – do get in touch with the plan co-ordinator, Jsan Shepherd: jsanbigkh
Work has started today on site
6-8 weeks for the construction to be completed