Recruiting assistance and support
Recruiting assistance and support will always be an essential part of any project. More so with this project. Our Neighbourhood Plan once published will need to receive at least 50% of the votes cast by residents in a referendum (managed and funded by central government) to decide whether or not the Neighbourhood Plan should be adopted.
Good communications will be key. This must be a project for our community by our community. The more residents that know about it, talk about it … care about it – the better
We ask that everyone asks themselves what they can do personally to move this project forward.
We ask you to offer support whether it be by helping us with our Neighbourhood Identity Survey, booking a slot for our roadshow at your next church or club event, putting us in contact with key businesses or voluntary organisations operating in the Hanford & Trentham area, joining our steering group, providing IT help ie websites – Facebook – putting together the databases that will eventually be needed to support our plan … the list is endless – simply get in touch if you can assist.