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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Holy Redeemer Church Hall, Boroughbridge Road

Contact: Cindy Benton 

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Informal surgery event

Come along and enjoy this free community event!

 

Featuring:

 

  • The Romans in York – Roman Cooking demonstration, object handling and tasting activities, hosted by the Yorkshire Museum.
  • Free Cycle Tagging
  • Free Street Sports for young people
  • The Playbuilder Team will be talking to you about ideas for new equipment at Viking Park

 

Your chance to meet:

  • Cllr David Horton
  • Cllr Tracey Simpson-Laing
  • Cindy Benton, Neighbourhood Management Officer
  • The Safer Neighbourhoods Policing Team
  • The Recycling Team
  • Your Street Environment Officer

Minutes:

Acomb ward committee hosted an informal surgery style meeting at the Church of the Holy Redeemer on Boroughbridge Road.  Resident were able to:

 

  • Speak directly to their local councillors, their Street Environment Officer, a representative from the Waste Strategy team and their Neighbourhood Management Officer.
  • Speak to representatives from the Safer Neighbourhood Team and give their opinion on what the police priorities should be for the ward.
  • Find out more about becoming a special constable with North Yorkshire Police.
  • Find out more about the plans for Viking Park.
  • Speak to a representative from Group Response, Community Rangers.
  • Speak to a representative from the council’s Trading Standards team and find out more about Cold Calling zones.
  • Find out more about joining the York Credit Union.
  • Find out more about the Local Development Framework.
  • Learn about Roman Cookery through a demonstration by the Yorkshire Museum and taste some Roman style food.
  • Submit scheme proposals for the 2010/11 ward committee budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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