Presentation on Our Plan so far….

2014 AGM & Consultation

2014 AGM & Consultation

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!


Oriel House: Your Local Hub

Broomhill Community LibraryDesign Your Library

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.


Summer 2015 update

Thanks to everyone who came to the Broomhill Festival and participated in the BBEST events.  It was quite a success.

Moving forward, we have an action packed season coming up between September and November when we will be presenting the draft policies for our plan in a workshop and discussion format at the Broomhill Methodist Church (Next to Oxfam) on November 7th from 3-5:30pm.  Please mark your diaries and ask all your neighbours to come.  This will be a critical point for understanding the plan, making comment and incorporating any changes before we submit the plan for council review and external audit. We are counting on you to help spread the word about the importance of this event.

If you would like to get involved before November or just have a question, please get in touch at info@bbest.org.uk. We are dedicated to making our neighbourhood plan a true reflection of our community’s vision for the future. To that end, we encourage everyone who lives or works in the BBEST area to participate.


BBEST at the Broomhill Festival!

BBEST is one of the organisations sponsored by the Broomhill Festival this year, so please get out and support the festival in any way you can!  Details of all festival events can be found at www.broomhillfestival.org.uk
BBEST has two events at the Broomhill Festival:

Sunday June 14th, 3:00-5:00pm St Marks Church
Presentation and workshop: Our built character and living community.
This will be a talk looking at architectural features in the area and the people who live here, followed by a workshop to discuss how this might be reflected in the development of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Saturday June 20th, From 1:00pm St Marks Church Green
Broomhill Festival Garden Party – BBEST Activity and information stall
An opportunity to discuss the neighbourhood plan with BBEST volunteers and take part in the consultation. There will be activities for children and all the family.  Come play Priority Bullseye with us and enter the kid’s art competition!

For the more information check the BBEST information leaflet  which is being distributed throughout the BBEST area in May.
For more information about the Broomhill Festival: http://broomhillfestival.org.uk/