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Environmental Improvement

The Community Assembly funded Neighbourhood Environmental Action Team (NEAT) have been busy carrying out environmental work to improve the area

Help with rubbish

The North East Community Assembly (NECA) has gained an extra member of staff in Andy Christian,one of two Community Cohesion lead officers who has been asked to look at a wide variety of issues in the area, including researching and developing the ‘People Getting on Together’ community plan

New Money Available for Community Group

Community First is a governmentfunded initiative that will run until March 2015. Over £500,000 is available in this Assembly area.

Next public business meeting

The next public business meeting of the North East Community Assembly will be held on Wednesday 21 March 2012 at Shirecliffe Community Centre, 349 Shirecliffe Road, S5 8X

Councillor Surgery Dates

Your local councillors share surgeries on a rota basis. Here are the dates, times and venues for each one.

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