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The Annual General Meeting of Stronger Together in Warrington will be taking place on Monday 10th November 2008 at Greenwood Community Centre, Greenwood Crescent, Orford.

 

The meeting will take start at 6pm and will be followed by refreshments. The meeting will be a chance for you to come and find out what Stronger Together in Warrington have been up to this year and also to ask the board any questions about your area.

 

Stronger Together in Warrington is a pilot Neighbourhood Management Project working across STiW currently runs in Bewsey, Dallam, Blackbrook, Longford, Grasmere/Greenwood - if you live in this area and want to find out more log on to www.strongertogetherinwarrington.org.uk, email strongertogetherinwarrington@warrington.gov.uk or ring the team on 815468

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Hi Obs,

 

No the Stronger Together in Warrington Project is totally seperate from that campaign.

 

The government have funded Stronger Together in Warrington to form a neighbourhood involvement team which aims to help individuals, service users and groups tell us how things work best in their area and then support services and groups to respond to these local needs.

 

The areas which we cover are:

- Bewsey

- Dallam

- Greater Blackbrook

- Longford

- Grasmere and Greenwood

 

What do we do?

 

- liaise between partners, communities and individuals, helping to get every voice heard

- support community activity and help groups to network with other groups working for the benefit of the area

- help you find solutions to any problems you have

- help groups access funding and training

- work with your community helping you improve the place where you and your family live

- act as facilitators/ mediators helping communities to identify needs, priorities and aspirations

- working with partners to re-shape service delivery where possible to better meet community priorities.

 

More information is available from: www.strongertogetherinwarrington.org.uk

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Hi Obs,

 

No the Stronger Together in Warrington Project is totally seperate from that campaign.

 

The government have funded Stronger Together in Warrington to form a neighbourhood involvement team which aims to help individuals, service users and groups tell us how things work best in their area and then support services and groups to respond to these local needs.

 

The areas which we cover are:

- Bewsey

- Dallam

- Greater Blackbrook

- Longford

- Grasmere and Greenwood

 

What do we do?

 

- liaise between partners, communities and individuals, helping to get every voice heard

- support community activity and help groups to network with other groups working for the benefit of the area

- help you find solutions to any problems you have

- help groups access funding and training

- work with your community helping you improve the place where you and your family live

- act as facilitators/ mediators helping communities to identify needs, priorities and aspirations

- working with partners to re-shape service delivery where possible to better meet community priorities.

 

More information is available from: www.strongertogetherinwarrington.org.uk

 

Isnt that what WBC Community Developement Officers do now ?

All of the above and more ! :roll::roll:

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Why is it that when me and my mates grew up in Bewsey, we never had initiatives and help groups and volunteers and god knows what else, most of us grew up to be balanced individuals with a good work ethic and social values gained just from our own hard work and contributions from our parents and teachers etc. (granted a few took the wrong path but there wern't too many)

 

Now however; even with all the doo gooders and grants and helpers and special care and heaven knows what other stuff; Bewsey seems to be full of scallys all out to make a fast buck from doing as little as possible? I still have to go there every day to see my mum and I have had course to drive there at 3 and 4 in the morning.... there are suprisingly no police cars and quite a few dark skulky figures creeping around... or maybe my impressions are wrong?

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