OUR AIMS

The Community Development Project will be working in the Clacton Area to the west of Carnarvon & Oxford Road and Walton.

The Main Aims of the project are to:

  • identify the needs of the community by talking directly with residents
  • Provide residents with information about local services
  • Develop a healthy and successful community
  • Promote equal opportunities for all
  • Co-ordinate the work of local groups/organisations in order to ensure the best service possible is provided.
  • Identify new funding possibilities for existing and new local groups
  • Support a wide range of projects, including those committed to reducing crime and drug abuse, as well as those promoting community safety and healthy living.
  • Promote volunteer training programme for residents.

ABOUT YOU

Would you like to become more involved in community activities?
Do you have any training needs?
Are there any courses you would like to see being put on?
Are you a member or leader of a local group which is in need of organisational, funding or training support?
Would you like to get involved in voluntary work?
Are you interested in starting up your own activity group, project or association?
Would you like to see more services/activities available for all including children, disabled, older people & families in the area?
Are there any services in the community that you think are lacking or need improvement?
Do you have any childcare needs?
Would you like to meet new people?
We may not necessarily have the immediate answer to all of these questions, but will do our utmost to support you or point you in the right direction

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
We will be planning a number of activities, events and courses in the near future such as Coffee drop-ins, Taster courses/training events, Fun days, Information events, Social events

The Community Development Co-ordinators are based at Room 2, Imperial House, Rosemary Road, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 1NZ and 61 High Street Walton-on-the-Naze CO14 8AG
Tel/Fax (01255) 425770 E-Mail: tendringcvs@charity2000.fsnet.co.uk

   
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