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Notice of next meeting

Day / Date of Meeting Tuesday 7pm – 21 October 2014

Venue Muirhouse Community Centre

Draft Agenda

1. Welcome

2. Over view 2013-2014

3. The Year Ahead for our Community

4. Discussion / Comments.

5. Treasurers report on 2013-14 expenditure – vote of acceptance

6. Guest Speaker Christine Mackay Total Craigroyston manager

7. Police Report (if represented)

8. Local Councillors – open discussion time, with those present

9. Nominations of New Community Council members

10. Minute of previous meeting 2 July 2014 (before summer recess)

11. Any follow up from previous meeting / Matters Arising

12. Correspondence

13. AOCB

14. Date of next meeting –25.11.2014

15. Close

Reminder that our next meeting;

Tuesday 16 September 7:00pm Muirhouse Millennium Centre

all welcome

Forth Regeneration Event

Hello

If you live, visit or work in the north of the city, you may be aware of regeneration activity underway. Here in the Forth Neighbourhood, a number of projects have started or are under development. The Forth Neighbourhood Partnership and local Community Councils feel that this is a good time to bring together as many of those involved with managing or developing local regeneration to engage with the wider Forth community.

The Forth Regeneration event will take place on Saturday 27th September 2014, in Edinburgh College – Granton Campus from 10:00 – 14:00.

The event has been designed to be interactive and allow people the opportunity to fully understand and influence, where possible, current regeneration activity and future proposals. Information and discussion groups will take place around;

• New homes and improved public space in Pennywell/Muirhouse and health facilities;
• Proposals for Granton Waterfront;
• Wider investment across forth, identifying challenges and opportunities.

An overview of the Second Proposed Local Development Plan will help set the scene before we head into discussion groups around the above three key areas.

A light lunch is available. Please let us know if you require any childcare arrangements.

To book a place, please use the link below. If you have already booked, there is no need to re-book.

Please forward to anyone you think may be interested in attending. We have also attached a poster to display.

BOOK A PLACE
contact;
Scott Donkin | Partnership & Information Manager | North Neighbourhood | Services for Communities | The City of Edinburgh Council | 8 West Pilton Gardens EH4 4DP | Tel 0131 529 5001 | scott.donkin@edinburgh.gov.uk

Help spread the word

Can you please

help

Edinburgh Direct Aid who are the group behind the collection have been amazed by the response so far.

However they tell me today they are in desperate need of:

• Stationery Items

• Arts and Crafts

• Pencils etc

These items will be head to Gaza for the children

In addition to that they need:

• Parcel tape

• Card Board boxes all the same size

• Marker pens

These will be used for packaging the items for shipment

Do you know anyone who can help? Maybe you have a few things to donate?

Deadline is Friday at 5pm

Please pass this on through your network

*Note – Toys will also still be accepted

You can drop them off at the Community Shop on Pennywell Rd

or

Contact;

TRIM

Forth Neighbourhood Environment Programme (NEP) Fund
Forth Neighbourhood Partnership has funding to carry out small environmental improvement in the Forth NP area and we want your ideas.
Examples of projects already completed or planned include:
• Park Improvements
• Fencing
• Landscaping
• Improvements to Roads and footpaths
The aim of the project should be to improve the immediate environment for local residents.
Suggesting a Project
Come along to Royston Wardieburn Community Centre to hear more about the NEP fund and give us your ideas on Saturday 5 July between 10am and 12 noon. If you can’t make it on Saturday then information and suggestion forms are available in the foyer at the Community Centre.
You can also see an information display and complete a suggestion form at the following venues:
• Muirhouse Community Shop – in Muirhouse Shopping Centre.
• Muirhouse Community Centre – Muirhouse Medway.
• Granton and Muirhouse Libraries
• West Pilton Neighbourhood Centre
• Pilton Central Association Offices
• The Prentice Centre
Further information is also available at http://www.edinburghnp.org.uk/neighbourhood-partnerships/forth/about/neighbourhood-environment-fund/ and a suggestion form is attached.
For more information and advice please contact Moray Penman on 529 5044 – moray.penman@edinburgh.gov.uk

Forth Neighbourhood Environment Programme (NEP) Fund
Forth Neighbourhood Partnership has funding to carry out small environmental improvement in the Forth NP area and we want your ideas.
Examples of projects already completed or planned include:
• Park Improvements
• Fencing
• Landscaping
• Improvements to Roads and footpaths
The aim of the project should be to improve the immediate environment for local residents.
Suggesting a Project
Come along to Royston Wardieburn Community Centre to hear more about the NEP fund and give us your ideas on Saturday 5 July between 10am and 12 noon. If you can’t make it on Saturday then information and suggestion forms are available in the foyer at the Community Centre.
You can also see an information display and complete a suggestion form at the following venues:
• Muirhouse Community Shop – in Muirhouse Shopping Centre.
• Muirhouse Community Centre – Muirhouse Medway.
• Granton and Muirhouse Libraries
• West Pilton Neighbourhood Centre
• Pilton Central Association Offices
• The Prentice Centre
Further information is also available at http://www.edinburghnp.org.uk/neighbourhood-partnerships/forth/about/neighbourhood-environment-fund/ and a suggestion form is attached.
For more information and advice please contact Moray Penman on 529 5044 – moray.penman@edinburgh.gov.uk

Your chance to help shape healthcare in Lothian.

NHS Lothian want to hear as many views as possible how as an organisation should evolve.

NHS Lothian works to help people live healthier,longer lives-no matter who they are or where in the region they live.Much more progress has been made,but significant challenges and opportunities lie ahead -Tim Davidson Chief Executive

We need a strategic plan to;

  • Provide high quality of care at all times
  • Adapt to a growing and ageing population
  • Make patients and carers our partners
  • Work more closely with other partners,including local authorities and voluntary organisations
  • Be more efficient

Having your say; take part in a consultation you can complete on-line at http://www.nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk/OurOrganisation/OurHealthOurCareOurFuture

e/mail OurHealth.OurFuture@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

to request a paper copy contact 0131 465 5548

or write to; Professor Alex McMahon, Director of Strategic Planning,Performance Reporting and Information,HNS Lothian,Waverley Gate,2-4 Waterloo Place,EH1 3EG

Consultation period runs until 8th August 2014

 

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