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Ideas for community improvements in Coleridge

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WE WANT YOUR IDEAS FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS IN COLERIDGE

We want to hear from you about your ideas for community improvements in Coleridge, including as community groups can suggest ideas to the City Council BY A DEADLINE OF 10 AUGUST as part of another round of 'S106 Funding' for either

  • local community facilities 
  • small-scale public art projects, or
  • improvements to smaller public/open spaces, play areas, local centres and other facilities owned and managed by the council (schemes like plans consulted on recently to improve the St Thomas’s Square play area).

Please get in touch with Lewis if there is a Coleridge community project which you think would benefit from extra funding, or fill in an application and copy us in. If you need help in making your application or wish to discuss the suitability of a project proposal please get in touch and we will do our best to help.

One potential project we want views on is the potential to help St Thomas's Hall as community facilities east of Perne Road need improving. But if you have others, let us know..

Best wishes

Councillor Lewis Herbert
and Coleridge Labour Councillors
01223 721027 lewis.herbert@cambridge.gov.uk

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