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Organising group: Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society

Region: South East, Kent
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01892 532127
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We have erected 42 plaques (red not blue) to prominent former residents and the Mayor will unveil one on Civic Day to promote the whole programme, and launch the book we have written about those commemorated. The plaque to be unveiled commemorates Rachel Beer, aunt of Siegfried Sassoon, who edited both the Sunday Times and the Observer between 1894 and 1903, the first female editor of a national newspaper, at her former home.

Organising group: Salisbury Civic Society
Region: South West, Wiltshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01722 324925
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Salisbury Civic Day Saturday 17th June 2017 10am-4pm The Guildhall, Market Place, Salisbury Free admission. All welcome. Do you love Salisbury? On Saturday 17th June local organisations will join with Salisbury Civic Society in the Guildhall on the Market Place to put on the first ever Salisbury Civic Day. The event is organised by Salisbury Civic Society to celebrate our city and its buildings and environment and to promote the work of the Civic Society and allied organisations working for the benefit of Salisbury. The day forms part of Civic Day, a national celebration of civic pride under the auspices of Civic Voice. It is the day in each year to say "I care about where I live". • John Glen MP will give an opening address at 10.30 and Robin McGowan from Salisbury Business Improvement District will speak at 12.30. • The event will be full of stalls and exhibitions on Salisbury’s historic buildings, natural environment and also local development issues. • Local architects will have a “surgery” where you can drop in to discuss architectural issues and challenges, and seek their professional advice. There will be stalls and exhibitions from the following organisations: Salisbury Civic Society and its work including conservation areas, new building and conservation awards and Heritage Open Days Salisbury City Council which is concerned with neighbourhood plans Salisbury Area Greenspace Partnership Salisbury and S Wiltshire Museum Harnham Water Meadows Trust Friends of St Thomas's Church Arundells South Wiltshire Industrial Archaeological Society Salisbury and District Natural History Society Friends of Salisbury Cathedral Wessex Archaeology Campaign to Protect Rural England ‘CPRE’ Fisherton Local History Society Save the Meadows Salisbury Business Improvement District Architect Surgery RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) There will be a leaflet promoting the Civic Day event, with a competition on the theme of conservation areas. Both are kindly sponsored by Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms. To win one of three prizes, entrants will be asked to match views within the Salisbury Conservation Area with locations on a map.

 

Organising group: Sheffield Civic Trust
Region: Yorkshire and Humberside, South Yorkshire
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Chair: Anya Sutton, Director, Thread Architects
Speakers: Paul Bedwell, Trustee at Sheffield Civic Trust and Civic Voice
Rob Murfin, newly appointed Chief Planning Officer at Sheffield City Council

Civic Day is an annual national celebration of civic pride across the country. Each year civic societies and trusts come together on Civic Day to say ‘we care about where we live.’
This year Sheffield Civic Trust and Civic Voice want to raise awareness of Sheffield’s 38 designated conservation areas that have helped to retain the distinctiveness of neighbourhoods across our city. We are also acutely aware that designation of conservation areas should not be seen as an end in itself: we live in a changing world and for the historic environment to survive and continue to be cherished it conservation areas need to be positively managed.
At the event we will discuss the various factors and pressures that bear on conservation areas and consider how Sheffield’s heritage fits in to the focus of planning to maximise growth in a deregulated economy. What price Sheffield’s heritage?

This year is the 50th Anniversary of the Civic Amenities Act 1967, which enabled the designation of conservation areas across the country. When the legislation was introduced there was widespread public concern over the pace of redevelopment in our historic towns and cities. Today there are over 10,000 conservation areas in the UK (approximately 9,300 in England, 500 in Wales, 650 in Scotland and 60 in Northern Ireland) reflecting the popularity of this legislative tool in identifying and protecting our most valued historic places.
We hope you can join us at Upper Chapel in Sheffield City Centre on Saturday to take part in this important discussion and help us to celebrate Civic Day 2017.
The event is free to attend and open to all.
Spread the word on about the event by sharing our posts on Facebook and Twitter.

Organising group: SHREWSBURY CIVIC SOCIETY
Region: West Midlands, Shropshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/077 650 40426
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In Shrewsbury there will be lots of events with a focus on Conservation and our heritage.
What’s having a Conservation Area done for you?
The day will be bigger than last year and complement the Shrewsbury Carnival.
It’s based on the Bear Steps by St Alkmund’s Church.
Exhibitions by Shropshire Archives, and one about the renovation of the Bear Steps building.
Guided walking tours around the town and its Conservation Area.
A Surgery by Shropshire Council about listed and Conservation buildings, inc SC’s Design and Conservation Awards scheme
A quiz/questionnaire to appraise public understanding about heritage and conservation.
Civic Day ambassadors distributing leaflets around the town.
Costumed Town Heritage additional tour guides.
March from Column to Bear Steps.
Keynote talks in early evening (TBC)
Involved so far are: Shrewsbury Civic Society, Civic Voice, Shropshire Archives, Shropshire Council Conservation Dept., The Column Group, Town Crier, BID, and Shrewsbury University Centre.
Others are joining and offering many more ways to celebrate.
We’re planning a mix of events for fun and for awareness-raising.
If you or your organisation could consider supporting it contact Mike Carter 0n 01743 233893.
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with “Civic Day” in the title.
We need helpers: eg sandwich-board walkers, guides, musicians, designers, etc. We’d also like to see activities in the Special Character Areas as well as the Town Centre. Mike Carter

Organising group: Skipton Civic Trust
Region: Yorkshire and Humberside, West Yorkshire
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There will be a guided walk and talk by Sue Wrathmell on national civic day, June 17.
The walk will start at 1pm and will be carried out in conjunction with the Woodland Trust. It will take in the waterworks in Skipton Woods, and must be booked on the Skipton Woods website in advance. The guided talk is at Middle Row at 4.30pm with no need to book.

Organising group: Skipton Civic Trust
Region: Yorkshire and Humberside, West Yorkshire
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SKIPTON Library is hosting an exhibition celebrating the town's conservation area.
The exhibition, which will run from today June 8 until June 17, will be part of national Civic Week celebrations marking 50 years of conservation areas.
The exhibition by Skipton Civic Society will focus on the town's conservation area, which was established in 1969.

Organising group: Southgate Civic Trust
Region: Greater London, Greater London
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JayWalks
Guided Walk around 2 conservation areas - from Southgate Tube to The Green.

Organising group: Southgate District Civic Trust

Region: Greater London, Greater London
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Over 150 photographs were submitted by members of Southgate Photographic Society.The photographs were taken within the ten designated conservation areas in Southgate and are displayed in the Southgate Station shop unit kindly leased at a peppercorn rent to Southgate District Civic Trust by London Underground Ltd. The competitions objective was to make a record at 50 years of the flora fauna,people and the built environment within conservation areas in Southgate.

Organising group: Southwell Civic Society
Region: East of England, Nottinghamshire
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A display in the Market Place with a false "tree" and cardboard "apples" and a list of wishes to improve the town and its environment. Children and adults asked to write on the apple what they wish to see done to improve the town and its environment (the list being suggestions) and to hang the apple on the tree. This will be repeated at two other events in the year and at the end of the year the apples will be collated and action taken on the most popular suggestions.

Organising group: St Albans Civic Society
Region: South East, Hertfordshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07710 784 960
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You can contribute to the Society's Civic day Post-it poll. There will be a special posit it board on which to place what you are proud of in St Albans… and what you are not! This will help the society focus efforts caring for the best of our city's asssest and giving approprirate attendintio to those aspects that could be improved. A vertiable poll of civic pride - or not! If you cant get to our special poll, don't worry/ Email your sueesgion to stalbanscivic .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Organising group: St Albans Civic Society
Region: South East, Hertfordshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07710 784 960
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The focus will be the Clock Tower in the High Street. Built in 1405 ir is a symobol of local people people and civic pride spanining over 600 years. The towe will be over over that weekend as usual from 10.30am until 5.pm St Albans Clock Tower opens for new season http://www.hertsad.co.uk/news/st-albans-clock-tower-opens-for-new-season-1-4998793

Organising group: St Albans Civic Society
Region: South East, Hertfordshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07710 784 960
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At 2.30pm on Civic Day there will be a 1 hour stroll, free entitled "Civic Pride - some highs and lows". It will take in some of the city's best parts and its heritage whilst recognising some the the not so good issues.

Organising group: Swindon Civic Voice
Region: South West, Wiltshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01793520592
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We will be celebrating Swindon's GWR Railway Village Conservation Area, which deserves national attention for its place in national railway history, as well as a very early planned village (by IKBrunel!). The area is overwhelmed by through bus routes, and unsuitable development proposals, but has benefitted from the social enterprise of Swindon Civic Voice and the Mechanics' Institution Trust's extensive projects in past 15 year. Event funded by Mid-Counties Cooperative. Village is adjacent to historic (gone) Coop Quarter, and GWR Works Conservation Area, and town centre, and mainline. We would like to raise national awareness of the quality and threats to this Area.

Organising group: Swindon Civic Voice
Region: South West, wilts
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01793 520592
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FOUR buildings in and around the Railway Village will throw open their doors to the public when Swindon takes part in a UK wide celebration of civic pride on June 17. Civic Day will see organisations around the country lay on activities to celebrate 50 years of conservation areas, providing a wonderful opportunity for Swindonians to admire and enjoy their own unique Railway Village Conservation Area. Swindon Civic Voice has teamed up with the Mechanics' Institution Trust to hold 'open doors' events at four of the town's prized heritage sites. http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/local/15315433.Take_a_step_back_in_time_as_Railway_Village_sites_throw_open_their_doors/

 

Organising group: Swindon Civic Voice
Region: South East, Wiltshire
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Swindon Civic Voice and Mechanics’ Institution Trust, Swindon have teamed up to offer ‘Open Doors’ at four of Swindon’s treasured heritage assets: Milton Road Baths, the Railway Village Museum, Central Community Centre and The Baker’s Arms. Guided tours of the Railway Village will also be given at 11am and 3pm. At 4pm there will be tea and cake and a special unveiling at Central Community Centre! This event has been funded by, and with thanks to, The Midcounties Co-operative. For enquiries please email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Organising group: Tamworth & District Civic Society
Region: West Midlands, Staffordshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01827 703820

http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/local/15315433.Take_a_step_back_in_time_as_Railway_Village_sites_throw_open_their_doors/

Organising group: Tamworth & District Civic Society
Region: West Midlands, Staffordshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01827 703820
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On Sunday, 18th June 2017, The Tamworth and District Civic Society (TDCS) is holding a Lunch at Drayton Manor with a Talk about the work of The Gardens Trust - the national charity for researching and conserving designed landscapes - by its Vice-President, The Honourable Robert Peel. There is an optional walk afterwards (subject to weather) around the grounds. A Poster and Booking Form are attached for your interest.
The Lunch is 12.00 for 12.30 p.m. in the Hamilton Suite. We have a two course meal with tea/coffee, at £20 each for non-members of TDCS.
Our guest speaker, Robert Peel, is a noted garden historian, and Drayton Manor was home to his great great grandfather, Sir Robert Peel the Prime Minister. The grounds were designed by William Gilpin, and impressive trees from those days remain.
This event is TDCS's contribution to the annual Civic Day, when communities are encouraged to celebrate and promote their localities. With that in mind, some TDCS members who are also in other community groups will have displays or information around the room to help promote those groups and to provide added interest for attendees before and after the meal and Talk.
Please join us to help celebrate Civic Day.
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Organising group: The Friends of the Rodwell Trail
Region: South West, Dorset
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ARTISTS of all ages and abilities are invited to a free creative workshop in Weymouth.
The Friends of the Rodwell Trail and Sandsfoot Castle is organising Create in the Park at Sandsfoot Castle Gardens on Saturday, June 17.
Running from 12noon-4pm and held on national Civic Day – celebrating civic pride – the family-friendly event is for people to take part in design a postcard competition, and also to come up with mural ideas for the Wyke Road Tunnel.
Entries are invited for the postcard competition to promote the Rodwell Trail or Sandsfoot Castle – you can either use the free art materials provided at the workshop, or upload your phone pictures. hese can be done at the workshop or before the day sending via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or via the Friends’ Facebook site.
Meanwhile, the Friends’ group is proposing to create a mural to transform the Wyke Road Tunnel on the Rodwell Trail, with agreement from Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, and involving the community.
There is to be a competition to choose the winning design and it is envisaged the mural painting will be carried out by local young people as part of the Prince’s Trust programme guided by experienced street artist Peter Sheridan.
Workshops are being run to initiate design ideas and ‘build confidence’ around the project – the first of these will be held as part of Create in the Park on June

http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/15317551.There_s_light_at_the_end_of_this_art_project_for_Weymouth_tunnel/

Organising group: The Kew Society
Region: Greater London, Surrey
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07773 051960
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The Kew Society has a stand at the Kew Summer Fair and we will promoting a quiz about the local area for anyone to take part in. If you can add anything to do this (all done via volunteers) that would be great! We will be promoting Civic Day 2017 as a key part of our General Promotion.

Organising group: The March Society
Region: East of England, Cambridgeshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01354 657897

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We have organised a heritage walk in March Conservation Area on Saturday June 17th to celebrate the 50 years. We have invited local March and Fenland Councillors and the MP but have not yet received any replies. Members and friends of The March Society are welcome.

Organising group: The Yateley Society
Region: South East, Hampshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07870510514
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Yateley is celebrating Civic Day this year. Celebrations start on the 3rd June with the Party on the Green and conclude on Civic Day the 17th June with an Open Day at Yateley Hall.
The national theme for Civic Day this year is Conservation Areas, commemorating 50 years since the passing of the Civic Amenities Act (1967) which enabled Conservation Areas to be set up. Yateley has three Conservation areas Yateley Green, Cricket Hill and Darby Green and we are providing guided walks in each plus a night walk at Castle Bottom SSSI. The guided walks will be as follows:-
Cricket Hill. Wednesday 14th June at 10.30. Meet outside the Cricketers on Cricket Hill. Donation of £1 requested.
Donation of £2 will be required. http://www.yateleysociety.org.uk/civic-day-in-yateley/

Organising group: The Yateley Society
Region: South East, Hampshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07870510514
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Yateley is celebrating Civic Day this year. Celebrations start on the 3rd June with the Party on the Green and conclude on Civic Day the 17th June with an Open Day at Yateley Hall. Click here to see poster: Yateley Civic Day
The national theme for Civic Day this year is Conservation Areas, commemorating 50 years since the passing of the Civic Amenities Act (1967) which enabled Conservation Areas to be set up. Yateley has three Conservation areas Yateley Green, Cricket Hill and Darby Green and we are providing guided walks in each plus a night walk at Castle Bottom SSSI. The guided walks will be as follows:-
Castle Bottom walk. Thursday 15th June at 20.30. Meet at Coopers Hill entrance. Parking at Coopers Hill is restrictive so we are providing a Yelabus service from The Tythings car park. Donation of £2 will be required. http://www.yateleysociety.org.uk/civic-day-in-yateley/

Organising group: The Yateley Society
Region: South East, Hampshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07870510514

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Saturday the 17th June is Civic Day and we are concluding our celebrations with guided tours of Yateley Hall a Grade II* listed building. For details click here for poster: Y Hall open day

Organising group: The Yateley Society
Region: South East, Hampshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07870510514
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Yateley is celebrating Civic Day this year. Celebrations start on the 3rd June with the Party on the Green and conclude on Civic Day the 17th June with an Open Day at Yateley Hall. Click here to see poster: Yateley Civic Day
The national theme for Civic Day this year is Conservation Areas, commemorating 50 years since the passing of the Civic Amenities Act (1967) which enabled Conservation Areas to be set up. Yateley has three Conservation areas Yateley Green, Cricket Hill and Darby Green and we are providing guided walks in each plus a night walk at Castle Bottom SSSI. The guided walks will be as follows:-
Darby Green. Monday 5th June at 19.30. Meet in the car park at the Darby Green Centre. Refreshments provided afterwards. Donation of £1 is requested.

Organising group: The Yateley Society
Region: South East, Hampshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07870510514
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Yateley is celebrating Civic Day this year. Celebrations start on the 3rd June with the Party on the Green and conclude on Civic Day the 17th June with an Open Day at Yateley Hall. Click here to see poster: Yateley Civic Day
The national theme for Civic Day this year is Conservation Areas, commemorating 50 years since the passing of the Civic Amenities Act (1967) which enabled Conservation Areas to be set up. Yateley has three Conservation areas Yateley Green, Cricket Hill and Darby Green and we are providing guided walks in each plus a night walk at Castle Bottom SSSI. The guided walks will be as follows:-
Church End Green walk. Thursday 8th June at 14.00. Meet outside the Dog and Partridge. We end up at cCafé 46. Donation of £1 requested.

Organising group: Timperley Civic Society
Region: North West, Cheshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/07919 991449

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We will be having a stand outside the Methodist Church on Stockport Road, Timperley. Where we want comments on Pot-holes and the ‘20’s Plenty’ idea for speed limits in residential areas. Come and bring pot-hole locations, and have a chat. Walks leaflets available, for you to explore more of Timperley.

Organising group: TORBAY CIVIC SOCIETY
Region: South West, DEVON
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01803 522025

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Likely we will organise a heritage walk of medieval Paignton. although we may also find another way of celebrating the day. We have NOT done this before.

Organising group: Wakefield Civic Society
Region: Yorkshire and Humberside, West Yorkshire
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We are about to launch a new book - Wood Street: The Heart of Wakefield, by Kevin Trickett. This book will tell the history of the street and its buildings. It will sell for £3.50. On 17th June, we are delivering two talks and guided walks to explore the area around Wood Street and will be giving away free copies of our books to anyone taking part in the walks. (We will be delivering more walks in July). You can find out more about this on our website: https://www.wakefieldcivicsociety.org.uk/blog/2017/05/the-heart-of-wakefield-project-free-guided-walks-around-wood-street

Organising group: Wells Civic Society
Region: South West, Somerset
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01749 673610
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Wells – the hidden gems behind the scenes.
To mark national Civic Day on Saturday 17th June, Wells Civic Society is offering a guided walk round some of the streets of Wells looking at exteriors which may conceal intriguing interiors.
We rarely look closely at the places we think we know best, but this is an opportunity to explore the architecture and history of the less well known buildings and streets of our beautiful city.
The walk will last approximately an hour, starting at 2.30pm at the West Front of the Cathedral, and ending with tea and cake! It will be lead by committee member and nonagenarian, Patrick Brown, architect / planner, who has extensive knowledge the city and its history

Organising group: Weymouth Civic Society
Region: South West, Dorset
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01305 776541

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a pop-up exhibition can be seen at the Haven Owners Lounge (old Weymouth TIC) on the seafront launching this Monday

http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/15339618.CIVIC_DAY__Celebrating_our_green_spaces___here_s_what_s_happening/

Organising group: Weymouth Civic Society
Region: South West, Dorset
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An exhibition in the the foyer of the Tesco store on Portland tomorrow and on June 16.

Organising group: Weymouth Civic Society
Region: South West, Dorset
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WEYMOUTH and Portland’s glorious green spaces are to be celebrated.
Locals and visitors will be urged to go and explore the parks and gardens in the borough, most of which are looked after by the borough council working with voluntary groups. A map has been produced that will be available free to the public at various outlets.

Organising group: Whittlesey Mud Walls Group
Region: East of England, Cambridgeshire
Further information : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/01733 202840

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The aims of the group are to raise awareness of the heritage interests and cultural value of mud walls within Whittlesey and promote learning, greater understanding and appreciation of these heritage features within the community. We also hope to obtain lottery money to provide education and support in the maintenance of the mud walls, and hope to encourage tourism by contacting groups and historical societies in areas of the UK that have mud walls. For Civic Day, the Whittlesey Mud Walls Group have organised a 'Walk Round Our Mud Walls', which will take just over 1 hour. We've invited lots of local groups and schools, so it will depend on how many people turn up as to whether we do 2 or 3 walks that day. If anyone requires further information, please contact me and I can send them details.

Organising group: Wimbledon Society
Region: Greater London,
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ONE: set up a stand at the local Wimbledon Village Fair on the 17th, with maps, publications for sale, membership information, with staff on hand to help the public with heritage and museum and planning issues.
TWO: Present to the local Council a comprehensive Plan for Wimbledon Town Centre 2040, drawn up to reflect the "wishlists" of 60 local residents groups as well as the Society.
The principal aims being to create a "memorable place" that acts as a focus for the community, a place of pleasure and pride and culture rather than, as at present, an unattractive utilitarian place to merely "shop and go". With crude new development being proposed ad hoc, and local groups given 3 weeks to "object". And with the public having no clear idea from any Council on what the future town will be like, despite having "Policies" in its Local Plan.
The new Plan by the Society reflects the different role that town centres will need to play in the future, with on-line purchase, autonomous vehicles, greater need for quality of life, and a clear local identity.
And a pedestrianised heart of the town, 400 metres long, giving pedestrians priority over vehicles, increasing the safety and pleasure of pedestrians and reducing their exposure to pollution.
Additionally, shaping new development to relate to the overall character of the place, and the needs of local people, rather than what appears to be the short term pillaging of economic opportunities by outside developers.
And integrating the proposed major Crossrail 2 station works into the fabric of the town both during the lengthy construction phase and when the dramatic enhancement of transport connectivity has begun to generate local development pressures and opportunities.
And taking a holistic rather than just a narrow "planning" view, integrating the provision of various public services, and seeing the benefits of properly investing and managing a town centre that is the biggest economic driver in the Borough, providing a substantial financial benefit to the Council in Business Rates etc.
And the potential for economic malaise if such a major asset is allowed to drift, as now.
And where the future plan is seen as "coming from inside the local community" rather than being initiated, controlled and implemented by "them" ie the no doubt well-meaning local Council.

Organising group: Wisbech Society
Region: East of England, Cambridgeshire
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Civic Day – A day to say I care about where I live.
On the occasion of CIVIC DAY 2017, the Trustees of Wisbech Society cordially invite you to an open reception at Wisbech General Cemetery between 2pm to 4pm on Saturday 17th
June 2017 to celebrate the award by The Heritage Lottery Fund of funds to enable the Society to restore the Chapel to provide facilities for the wider community in this historic corner of Wisbech.
Members of the Society’s project team and Friends of Wisbech General Cemetery will be on hand to explain the project and to show details of the works now about to commence. It will be possible to look round the cemetery and take in the atmospheric surroundings.
We look forward to seeing you.
Wisbech Society and Preservation Trust Ltd
Organising group: Wordsworth Avenue Residents Association
Region: Wales, Cardiff
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