What is BCAF?…

BCAF is a local forum that has existed for the last ten years, and is made up of people who live and/or work in Burngreave.

How does the Forum Work?

BCAF works to channel the views and opinions of local people via its Quarterly Forum and Working Groups, feeding these through to service providers, policy makers and statutory agencies.

BCAF has an elected committee which meets monthly and coordinates the work of the Forum, making sure we focus on issues that are important to people in Burngreave.

The next Quarterly Meeting of the Forum will be on 3rd May 2008, 12 – 3pm at the Vestry Hall.

Topics for discussion include:

  • Feedback on priorities from BCAF AGM in February

  • Policing and Community Safety

  • Local Transport Priorities

  • Refugee, Asylum Seekers and Migrant Workers

  • Provision for Children and Young People

We welcome interest from anyone who may want to get involved as a member of the coordinating committee.

To contact BCAF: 0114 2728008 or email enquiries@bcaf.org.uk

BCAF works to help local people help themselves to change and transform the area.

BCAF – it’s your Community Forum!!

Quarterly BCAF meeting - Vestry Hall
12:00pm to 3:00pm Saturday 3 May 2008

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