Alex McGowan, Wendy Johnson, Hayley Price, Zoe Gardner, Gail McGowan, Gemma Hughes, Graham Penny, Laura Maries, Christine Vallbona, Yvonne Earl, Margaret Beck, Sue Wheeler, Rasheedat Blackwood, Maureen Price, Suzanne McGowan, Julie Arnold and Sue Broughton.
The Community sub group is all about involving local people in building community spirit in Church Hill, from working with partners to put on the Summer Community Day to the Christmas Carols, providing money advice and local training, to asking residents what they want and building it in to the Local Plan.
Also on offer soon will be Introduction to IT classes with drop in sessions for people who have no access to the internet at home. Money Advice and a new Credit Union, so keep a look out on the noticeboard in the shopping centre or browse this website to find out what else Church Hill Big Local Partnership is doing.
Having consulted with groups such as Reddishare and Mendip House residents, our group is planning a number of courses such as basic computer literacy and arts and crafts. We also hope to arrange a shopping club so that residents can make the most of bulk buying and shopping on-line.
We also run a weekly social group called Young at Heart, details can be found here.
Stephen Betteridge, Roger Hill, Adam Betteridge, Graham Penny, Sue Kelham, Chris Harron, Alison Grimmett, Christine Harron and Nettie Lloyd.
Church Hill has some great green spaces that very few people know of, we seek to raise awareness of these and encourage the community to become friends of these spaces to bring the community together.
We have carried out and completed an in-depth and detailed consultation with the residents of Church Hill who have given their views on our plan and ideas.
Bomford Hill is Church Hill's current largest under-used green open space located in the North of the district, it used to be a fantastic place to take a stroll, and sit to view our great town from the top, with the chance to learn what was nearby from the Toposcope. It's also a great place to study nature.
Moon's Moat is a designated historic landmark and the site of a former medieval moated house in Church Hill, there is a residents group called Moon's Moat Conservation Group with whom we are working to improve this landmark for the enjoyment of everyone. See the work we have been doing here.
We'd like to see Church Hill have some fantastic green spaces that everyone can access and enjoy.
Walking routes now launched details here http://churchhillbiglocal.org.uk/walkingroutes/
Children and Young People
Ryan Kettle, Emma Shelton, Lynsey Abbotts, Ian Johnson and Lewis Frampton.
Our group includes local parents, grandparents and professionals all of whom have an interest in creating more opportunities and activities for local children and young people to become involved with in the Church Hill area.
Over the first 2 years of the plan, our work based on public consultation, has resulted in young people in Church Hill benefiting from a gymnastics club and Holiday football camps, with more to come soon.
The aim and role of the Communications Team (Comms) is to improve and encourage public knowledge, support and engagement with the local community and promote via, the website, social media, press and newsletters.
The Communications Team also included The Webteam, who are responsible for this Website, Forums, Events Listings and social media platforms, ensuring they are fully utilised. CommsSub also designs promotional material and graphics . Comms also researches and implements future communication methods and resources.