Over 30 adults and 11 children attended.
Pictures and more information available in Facebook.
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Various volunteer groups and service providers seeking to reach out to the people of The Meadows at Bridgeway Shopping Centre (much as in August last year).
Some boxing on show too, along with some loud music.
Nearly 40 users attended the AGM for the centre that serves 28 different groups.
Increased surpluses made by both the community centre and the social club.
The Meadows Advice Group visited by over 1100 clients since the move to the community centre.
I’ll load the full report later.
The AGM opened with a speech from Lilian Greenwood MP.
There were calls for more to be done.
Lilian Greenwood MP addresses the Queens Walk Community Association at its AGM, rehearses the stories of recent change in The Meadows ( My Meadows ), explains why she missed her tram stop of the meeting and discusses “Greenwood clogs”.
Star exhibition was the ’70s model of The Meadows which was used today to prompt discussions about the Meadows Action Plan. Here a family from Kirkby Gardens point to their home.
Another chance to celebrate Meadows in Bloom finishing joint second in the national competition for urban communities.
Tour around the community centre which is busy with education services, and community events, and gearing up for attracting new business – http://www.ournottinghamshire.org.uk/page_id__518_path__0p31p39p67p120p.aspx