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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Hull Road Park

Contact: Oliver Collins 

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Hull Road in the Park - Health and Well Being Day

Hull Road in the Park

Health and Well Being Day

  • Come join Hull Road ward committee for the opening of the new tennis court.
  • Give your input on the design of the new fitness trail to be installed in the park as part of the 08-09 budget (see inside)
  • 7m high Climbing Wall - Jonathan Richardson York’s Community climbing instructor will be present with tips and assistance.
  • clubs and societies fair – there will be a whole host of different sporting and recreational clubs present with information on how you can get involved in a new past time


Hull Road Ward Committee hosted an informal surgery style meeting in Hull Road Park focused around the theme of healthy living.  Residents had the opportunity to:


  • Speak directly to their local councillors and representatives from the Neighbourhood Management Unit.
  • Submit scheme suggestions for the 2010/11 budget and view copies of the minutes from the previous meeting.
  • Speak with the Safer Neighbourhoods Team and Street Environment Officer, Angus Young.
  • Contribute towards the ward committee’s consultation on the Hull Road Park Fitness Trail and to make scheme suggestions.
  • View demonstrations and find out more information about local societies and interest groups including York LETS; York Health Walks; Tang Hall Library Reading Group; Revellers Linedancing, Tai Chi Firedragon and The Energy Efficiency Advice Centre.
  • Talk to representatives from the City of York Council’s City Strategy Team about the Local Development Framework Core Strategy.
  • Take part in a penalty shoot-out competition with the local police team to win a pair of York City FC tickets.
  • Have a go on the Street Sports Climbing Wall


There was also a ‘Have Your Say’ board present which gave residents the opportunity to raise issues or ask questions.


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