A New Deal for Burngreave

BNDfC Community Representative elections come around

Everyone over the age of 15 who lives in the BNDfC area is entitled to vote in the forthcoming elections for six Community Representatives on the New Deal Board.

You Can Represent the Burngreave Community

Do you want to be a Community Representative on the Burngreave New Deal for Communities Partnership Board? Do you want to help leave a meaningful legacy for the people of Burngreave long after the BNDfC programme has ended? This year, six local residents will be elected to represent the community to join the five existing members of the BNDfC Board.

Burngreave Green Space Safari

The safari will include visits to four green spaces where the Green City Stewards have been working this year. Residents will have the opportunity to hear first-hand from Green City Action staff why the improvement of green spaces is an essential part of the overall regeneration of the area.

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