Look for us outside the shops in Broomhill centre in the morning and join us in the afternoon in the Beacon Methodist Church (next to Oxfam) from 3:30-5pm for an active discussion of developments in our neighbourhood plan. Mark your calendars and join us to find out what’s new! We’re working our way around to every house in the area with a flyer, but in case you didn’t get one, here it is:
Thanks to everyone who attended the 2015 BBEST AGM on November 7th. There was a great deal of interest in the plans so far and the discussion was rich with ideas and enthusiasm. There were presentations of all of the 5 themes, listed buildings in the area, the potential to link Weston Park to Endcliffe Park with a green travel corridor, and ideas for a Broomhill community hub in Oriel House (home of the Broomhill Library).
The 5 theme groups will be starting to put together draft policies based on all the information & ideas gathered to date over the next few months. Your involvement is welcomed at any stage – get in touch at email@example.com.
Please join us for a review & discussion on the five themes underlying the development of Our Neighbourhood Plan. We will also discuss some of the capital Development Projects arising from these themes, treat you to some nuggets of social history relating to our local buildings, and have a peek at ideas for the library design. This will be one of the last big events to discuss and agree what will be in the plan before the draft policies are developed, so make sure you are there!
Saturday, November 7th at Broomhill Methodist Church (next to Oxfam) 15:00-17:30
light refreshments provided, retiring to the pub afterward
Spread the word…if you’ve never come to any of our events, this is the one to come to!
Friday 23rd October 15:30-17:30 and Saturday 24th October 10:00-12:00 at the Broomhill Library, Taptonville Road:
The Broomhill Community Library is giving everyone the chance to learn more about our local library, discuss its future and how it could become Broomhill’s Community Hub. Drop by and help spread the word.