Live or work in Ashbrow? You’re invited to take part a workshop…
How we can best work together to make our local places better?
18th June, 5.30pm to 9pm (at the latest)
Top Club, 9 Brackenhall Road, Sheepridge, Huddersfield HD2 1EU
Arrival from 5.30pm for a light dinner. Refreshments available throughout.
There are already lots of community led activities happening across the Ashbrow ward that are showing how everyone can be part of making this an even better place to live. This workshop event is a chance for you to share stories about the very best of community spirit, and to help shape the future of Ashbrow.
The evening will be hosted by a group of local organisations: Local Services to You, Deighton & Brackenhall Initiative (DBI), Ashbrow Partnering Together, ABC Hub and Kirklees Council. Anyone in Ashbrow who has an interest in working together to make the places we live better is welcome to take part – including residents, groups and organisations.
All you need to do is come prepared to share a story of when you have felt proud of being part of something – however big or small – in Ashbrow. We’ll all work together from there. It’s part of ongoing work to grow a stronger local democracy in Kirklees, from the ground up.
We’ll look for common themes in our stories, so we can better understand what helps people to have a stake in the place where they live. We’ll also talk about what we can do to enable more people to contribute to their local place.
What we learn will help us to create some principles that will guide the changing relationship between citizens and Kirklees Council. It’s a chance to say what we can do together to make sure that everyone can participate in thriving local communities.
How to take part
If you would like to get involved, please contact Vina Randhawa to book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org (or call 01484 221000 and ask for Vina Randhawa).
Please tell us:
- Your name
- Your organisation (if this applies)
- Any special dietary requirements
We’ll ask for your permission on arrival to take photographs during the workshop and to share what’s happening via social media. We’ll also ask if you’d like to receive updates from us about this project and about local democracy.