Representing the whole community Town Club, above ‘The Stumble Inn’, Market Street 8 – 9.30pm, Thu 16th November 2017 — Attendees: 22 This was the first of Ideal Bradford’s ‘café style’ community meetings, designed to engage with people in a relaxed environment. In this session, we wanted to explore ideas of how Ideal Bradford can […]
Thursday 16th November The Bradford Club, Market Street, Bradford on Avon 20:00 – 21:30 This is the first in a new series of public forums for the community to put their thoughts to Ideal Bradford on a whole range of issues. This one is about how we represent you. It’s a gathering of different community […]
It’s the day of the Neighbourhood Plan referendum! Polls are open until 10pm today, Wednesday 20th September. Please make sure you vote ‘Yes’ for adoption of the Neighbourhood Plan. You do not need your polling card to vote. You can also hand in your postal vote at any polling station if you’ve not managed to […]
Hear all about the Neighbourhood Plan Thursday Sept 14th, 7.30pm St. Margaret’s Hall Bradford on Avon Speakers will include Councillors from Ideal Bradford, Cllr. Sarah Gibson (Wilts Councillor, BoA South) and represntatives from community organisations. Doors open 7.10, and there will be a bar.
It has been a busy few weeks at Ideal Bradford as we all get working in our various committees. We’ve also spent a fair amount of time developing new ‘back office’ procedures, which we can now bring forward to a full meeting. June 20th, 7.30pm, St. Margaret’s Hall This evening’s Town Council meeting will lay the […]
Please come along to the annual Bradford on Avon Town Council meeting, 7pm on Monday 15th May at the Youth Centre next to Fitzmaurice School off Frome Road. This event is hosted by the Town Council, including our Lib Dem colleagues Jennie Parker and Jim Lynch. As your newly-elected Ideal candidates, we’d love to meet […]
This week, every household in Bradford on Avon should get a leaflet all about Ideal Bradford landing on the doormat. On the back, there’s a space for you to have your say about what an Ideal Bradford Town Council should do: drop them into shops and businesses with the “Your Vote” symbol in the window. […]