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Neighbourhood Forum – Ashley Ward Monday, May 16 th 6:30 - 8:30pm Salvation Army Ashley Road, St Pauls

All Residents are Welcome! AGENDA 6.30pm

Welcome - Chair Maryanne Kempf Actions & Updates You Said, We Did

7:00pm

Neighbourhood Partnership Update – Penny Germon, Neighbourhood Manager

7:10pm

Waste Management – update on local team members and whoseresponsible for what.

7:20pm

Councillor Introduction – Jon Rogers, Liberal Democratic and Gus Hoyt, Green Party

7:25pm

Open items – Residents can raise issuesto the group during this time

7:50pm

Announcements and any other business

8:00pm

Resident Issues and Priorities Formal meeting will break into a ‘Marketplace’ set-up so residents can speak one-to-one with agency representatives about any concerns they have.

8:30pm

Close of Meeting

Meeting attendeeswill also include the local ward Councillors, Police, Safer Bristol, and Waste Management among others.


Next Ashley Neighbourhood Forum Meeting - Monday 5th September 2011 - Unitarian Hall - Brunswick Square Details for this meeting were advertised in the following places: •

Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Partnership website: www.innercitynp.org.uk •

St Pauls Unlimited website: www.stpaulsunlimited.org.uk

• St Pauls Unlimited e.bulletin (if you’d like to receive the e.bulletin please contact paul.williams@bristol.gov.uk

• St Pauls Unlimited Community Notice boards • Ashley Parks notice boards • Fairfield Community Association notice board • Transition Montpelier website: http://www.transitionmontpelier.org.uk/blog/

• St Werburghs Community Centre • St Werburghs Community Farm • Better Food Company • Montpelier Health Centre • Malcolm X, Ashley Road • St Pauls Community and Learning Centre • Humdard • Full Circle, St Pauls Gardens • Docklands Youth Centre • St Pauls Advice Centre • St Pauls Newsletter


If you have suggestions for additional locations we should advertise information about upcoming Neighbourhood Forum or Neighbourhood activities please let us know! Just contact 0117 903 9934 or email diane.dodd@bristol.gov.uk


Ashley Neighbourhood Forum Agenda 16.05.11