N.D.C. A New Deal for Burngreave. Issue 30, April 2003Issue 31 - May 2003
   

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Reaching out to local people

Community Development Workers Carol Anderson, Ali Abdi and Ophelia Clarke joined the team at the end of March, along with Community Engagement Manager Levi Ferguson who has been hard at work since earlier this year. Admin support for the team is provided by Doug Vick.

The three new workers bring with them a wealth of experience, having worked in a variety of regeneration and community engagement roles in the past. Between them, they speak Arabic, Somali and English – language skills which are sure to prove vital in contacting some of the harder to reach communities living in the area.

Their first job will be to go out, knocking on doors – raising the profile of BNDfC and what it means for local people and most importantly, letting people know how they can get involved.

“Our job is to encourage involvement from the community,” said Carol. “We’ll be working closely with people to ensure they know how they can have a say in future developments and make their voices heard. It will be a real challenge, but we’re all looking forward to helping local people make the things they want to see happen.”


The Community Engagement Team invites you to come and meet the new team.

Find out what's going on in the Burngreave NDfC area on Bank Holiday Monday, 26th May 2003 at Ellesmere Green, 12 - 6pm.

WAXAAN IDINKU YEDHAYA INAAD TIMADAAN MALINTAN SIAAD U BARTAN SHAQALAHA CUSUB UNA OGATAAN WAXYABAHAY BURNGREAVE NEW DEAL KA QABANAYAAN XAFADA


For further information contact the Community Engagement Team on: 292 0457.

 

The BNDfC Community Engagement team.
The BNDfC Community Engagement team is now in place based at Spartan House; tel: 292 0457.

   
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