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The Meanwood Valley Partnership consists of local residents who volunteer their time and skills to preserve, protect and enhance the Meanwood Valley area.
Working in partnership with Leeds City Council, local businesses and other groups, we aim to improve resources and facilities whilst maintaining the area's great heritage and community spirit.
We meet once a month to discuss issues and assess progress on proposed improvements and social activities that promote a healthy environment.
The minutes of the last meeting are now available to view on the Meeting Minutes page
Our next meeting is the Annual General Meeting to be held at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 25th March at the Myrtle Tavern, Parkside Road, Meanwood.
The meeting is open to all and everyone is welcome. After the Chairman and Treasurers reports, the main business of the evening will be to elect a committee for the coming year.
Those wishing to be considered should find someone to nominate and second them and send a brief note about themselves and how they see the MVP developing, to both the Chairman and Secretary (you can email firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday 21st March.
Area covered by the Meanwood Valley Partnership
If for any reason you are unable to attend the meeting, please do the same and the Chairman will ensure your nomination is put forward on the day.
May we take this opportunity to thank Vicky Elswood for a professional job well done and for continuing in the role of Treasurer even though she has moved out of the immediate area. She is no longer able to fulfil this very important role and in particular we seek nominations for this position.