Community Matters - Locality Partnership Events - June 2019 (formerly LAPs)

Come along and get involved in decision making in your local area

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Residents and local groups are being encouraged to join in the conversation about local community priorities and matters at this round of Local Area Partnership Events.

Seven events will take place across North Lanarkshire and are an important way in which to involve people in local community decision-making.

AREA

DATE

TIMES

VENUE

Airdrie

 

Wednesday 5   
June

Market Place 3 - 6pm  
Locality Partnership  meeting at 6.pm

Gartlea Community Centre Hillfoot Road, Airdrie ML6 9PB

Bellshill

Tuesday 4
June

Market Place 3 - 7pm
Locality Partnership meeting - 7pm

Burnhead Community Centre, Burnhead St, Viewpark G71 5AT

Coatbridge

Thursday 6
June

Market Place 3 - 6:30pm
Locality Partnership meeting at 6.30pm

St Patrick Church Hall (Iona Suite), John Street Coatbridge ML5 3EH

Motherwell

Thursday 6
June

Market Place 3 - 7pm
Locality partnership meeting at 6.30pm

Motherwell Fire Station, 23 Dellburn Street, Motherwell, ML1 1SE

Wishaw

Thursday 13
June

Market Place 3 - 7pm
Locality Partnership at 6.30pm

Motherwell Fire Station, 23 Dellburn Street, Motherwell, ML1 1SE

Northern Corridor

 

Tuesday 11
June

Market Place 3pm -7.15pm
Locality Partnership Meeting at 6.30pm

Pivot Centre,Glenmanor Ave, Moodiesburn, G69 0DL

Cumbernauld & Kilsyth

 

Thursday 13
June

Market Place 3pm-8pm
Locality Partnership Meeting 6.30pm

Freedom City Church Centre, 6A St Mungo's Rd, Cumbernauld, G67 1QR

Matt Costello, Community Partnership Manager, said: "The sessions provide people with the opportunity to share views on their own community needs and issues, as well as having their say on how local funding is used to benefit each community.

"Although the formal meeting will still take place we are having market place events in the earlier part of the days with stalls from a variety of partners providing information and advice to the public. 

Members of local community groups will also have stalls in some areas and we are hoping to have as many members of the public along as possible."

People from local groups, forums and community councils are welcome to come along and get involved in discussions around your community. For more information please email communitymatters@northlan.gov.uk  or call 01236 812360.

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