Communication. Urban Community Participation Project. Presented by Christine Blythe. Created by Heather J. Starkie July 2007. Urban Community Participation Project. Different Methods of Communication. Telecommunications. Signs & Notices. Maps. Logo’s & Adverts. Music & Dance.
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Urban Community Participation Project
Created by Heather J. Starkie July 2007
Signs & Notices
Our Possessions and Clothing
We all communicate in different ways and good communication can help communities work well together.
Having your say can help contribute to the local community and to the local strategic partnership.
Every individual in Burnley has the opportunity of being involved.
Local Strategic Partnership
Legally constituted, Often as companies
limited by guarantee and/or charities as
informal, unincorporated societies
These include ‘uniformed groups’, Youth
Theatres, Youth Councils, Local
youth groups, and many others
Local Development Agencies
Operating as umbrella organisations or
service providers for the VCF sector.
(Eg. Development Trusts,
Tenants & Residents’ Groups, as well as
communities of interest. Such groups
may be constituted but with no (or
Limited level of) paid workers.
(Sports, Arts, Music, Culture,
Single Issue Groups)
A category created for groups that
do not readily fit with the
Burnley Action Partnership’s
10 Year Vision:
“to achieve a Burnley we can all be proud of. A Burnley that will become a place with a diverse and united community, a modern economy, a healthy, safe and clean environment and quality services which work together for the good of the public.”
How Will We Get There?
The three Priorities are: