Networks

There will already be many community groups and other organisations active in your local area. Many groups will have volunteering opportunities for you to get involved with and be hands-on with making a difference to your community. 

These groups can also be useful as a source of help and advice and may even be able to give practical support to any project ideas of your own.

  • School Governors

    Passionate about education and want to make a difference? Then becoming a school governor could be the role for you.

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  • Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

    Information about what Parent Teacher Associations are and how you can get involved.

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  • Neighbourhood Watch

    If you are interested in helping to create a strong and active neighbourhood, where you can reduce the possibility of crime and anti-social behaviour then Neighbourhood Watch could be right for you.

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  • Safer Neighbourhood Police Ward Panels

    Promoting the safety of your local area is a valuable role to be had; you can reduce crime and anti-social behaviour by working with your neighbours and the local police.

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  • Other School Networks

    It takes a lot of hard work, people and processes to make a school a healthy and stable environment for learning.

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  • Local Ward Forums

    Ward Forums give you an opportunity to have your say on local issues that are important to you.

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  • Community Champions

    For people who want to volunteer their time and energy to improving local spaces but need an organised route, Community Champions helps to fulfill this.

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