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If you are interested in the use and development of green spaces and community areas within your area, now you have a real chance to find out what’s being planned, how it could affect you, and to suggest improvements you would like to see happen in Meanwood and surrounding areas.
Douglas Louis, Leeds City Council Country Parks Officer is to give a talk at our next open meeting to explain the Northwest Leeds Country Park & Green Gateways initiative. The project has been instigated to preserve available greenspace and make it accessible for public recreation. The initiative includes a 43 mile trail that goes through the Meanwood Valley linking key parks and greenspace areas in the Northwest area.
An integral element of the initiative is the consultation with community groups and organisations.
It will also help local businesses generate income from the development of the trail providing information useful to the user such as locations of stabling facilities, public houses, sandwich shops, outdoor retailers, cycle shops and petrol stations etc.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday 23rd September 2014 at 7pm in the Parochial Hall, Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane, Meanwood.
The meeting will be in the upper hall, as we are inviting interested groups from other areas to join us for this meeting and we are expecting a lot of interest.
Please pass these details on to anyone you may know within the Meanwood, Weetwood, Hollies, Woodhouse area who may be interested
Please vote for us to win a £500 grant to make our Fun Day even bigger and better next year.
They’re asking the public to tell them who they want to see receive the funding out of the 304 shortlisted groups, so we need your vote. Voting is really easy and will take only about a minute to do.
Please click on the link below, enter your email address at the bottom of the page and click Vote. Done!
Voting is open for a month and so please spread the word to your family and friends in order to gain as many votes as possible. Thank you.
To make it to the shortlist stage we beat off hundreds of other applicants and were able to clearly demonstrate the positive impact we make in our local community.
Winning the award would help us to continue to protect, preserve and enhance this great area we live in.