Abingdon -on-Thames Town Council supports a Community Led plan

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Abingdon -on-Thames Town Council supports a Community Led plan

People living in and around Abingdon-on-Thames are being urged to help forge its future. Everyone in the area is invited to get involved with the Community Led Plan that the Town Council agreed to support at its meeting on 29th March.

“We are encouraging the people of Abingdon area to join the thousands of people in the many communities across the UK who are already using community planning to make changes for the better in their area for themselves and more importantly for the future of their community,” said Cllr. Alice Badcock, Mayor of Abingdon-on-Thames.  “We are keen to identify what is important to the residents of the Abingdon area and to understand their current and future needs. Topics might include their requirements for community facilities and services, suggestions for improving the environment, their ideas for sports and leisure activities and their views about local transport and local provision for young people. The process will be supported by the Town Council and the Vale of White Horse District Council but a key role will be taken by local volunteers – if you would like to get involved in this worthwhile project please do get in touch’

http://abingdon.gov.uk/partners/community-led-plan

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