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Facts & Thoughts from Working Local Pathfinder Area. Locality Approach Works Manton Community Alliance an Award Winning Pathfinder. “55% residents said that things had changed because of the Pathfinder”.

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Facts & Thoughts from Working Local Pathfinder Area

  • Locality Approach Works

  • Manton Community Alliance

  • an Award Winning Pathfinder


“55% residents said that things had changed because of the Pathfinder”

“Extraordinary things are happening in Manton... a third of all the people who live there are actively working at making it a better place”

Nottinghamshire County News


in Manton 60% of the population are engaged


Crime Statistics show that Gap between Manton & Other Areas in the Police Division is closing

Best Community Safety Initiative in UK

Highly Commended Awarded 2009


“You feel safer now”

Manton Resident


41% of Residents say they INFLUENCE

11% higher than national average & highest in East of England

“People get to choose to change what matters to them”

Jackie Keogh resident


56% think

Manton has got better

over the last 2 years

“Manton has got a lot better”

Resident


24% of population vote in largest Participatory Budgeting activity in UK

1528 people

“Getting young people involved in the democratic process is terrific - it connects the youngsters and makes them feel part of a process that affects their whole area”

Peter Hardy Portland School


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