Neighbourhood Partnerships throughout Bristol are now being transformed as part of the Council’s need to reduce spending due to Government cuts. Members of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership are planning to form a new organisation – The St George Community Network – to take over some of the roles of the Partnership.
There will be a public meeting to discuss our ideas and get your views on what the priorities of any new organisation should be on Wednesday 21st June.
Find out more at www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/a-new-start
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