BCAF Next Quarterly Forum Meeting

6th September 2008 12 – 3pm at the Vestry Hall

Paul Scriven, Leader of Sheffield City Council will attend and address the meeting. This will provide the opportunity for Burngreave residents to share their views and ask questions about the Council’s future policy for the area.

Other Topics for discussion include:

  • Consultation on Post Office closures

  • Update on the proposed new housing developments in the area

  • Feedback on priorities from BCAF meeting in May 2008

There will also be information sessions and workshops:

  • BME Exclusion Project

  • Burngreave Chapel

  • Improving Council homes through the Decent Homes Programme

  • Burngreave Community Radio

This is your forum, why not find out more and get involved?

Contact BCAF

Telephone: (0114) 272 8008 – Email: enquiries@bcaf.org.uk

BCAF – it’s your Community Forum!!

Burngreave Community Action Forum (BCAF) Quarterly Forum Meeting
12:00pm to 3:00pm Saturday 6 September 2008

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