Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Darnall Community Pride


Volunteers working for the Darnall Community Pride project have engaged with 295 people at six venues (including the post office twice) to find out their views and help them take action to improve our neighbourhood: 106 people at the information day, 92 at the post office and 66 at the Staniforth Neighbourhood Centre and smaller numbers elsewhere. The project also produced posters, leaflets and banners, and volunteers are going to attend two school assemblies.

2 comments:

gerv said...

Great :-) So do we get to find out what they said?

Darnall Forum said...

The volunteers are still getting the results together and we'll let you know when we have the answers. But the project also set out to raise awareness about things like litter and fly-tipping, and to help us get more funds to improve the environment in Darnall so that people can take pride in our neighbourhood. Funders often ask how many people have been consulted before they will hand out a grant!