Wensley TARA

Wensley TARA is there to support residents and to make Wensley a good place to live.

The TARA office at 5 Wensley Croft is open on Mondays 10.30am- 12noon and Wednesdays 2.30pm-4pm every week. They also hold a coffee morning for over-50s on Monday 11am-12noon.

The General Meeting will be on Thursday 11th February at 2pm in Wensley Community Centre on Hinde House Crescent. Everyone is welcome – come and get involved and hear about future plans for gardening sessions – how to grow food, re-painting the flower planters on the estate and regular football sessions (see page 12)

On Monday 15th February and 15th March 11am-1pm, you can alsodrop in and talk to local PCSOs.

Wensley TARA general meeting
2:00pm to 4:00pm Thursday 11 February 2010
Talk to PCSOs: Wensley TARA drop-in session
11:00am to 1:00pm Monday 15 February 2010
Talk to PCSOs: Wensley TARA drop-in session
11:00am to 1:00pm Monday 15 March 2010

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