Southern CEF Consultation on the Community Development Plan - SURVEY
The Southern CEF Community Development Plan (CDP) is due to be updated and the Chair would like to invite you to complete a brief questionnaire which will help to shape the document and provide key themes for the CEF Forums.
Please see below a link to take you through to a message from the Chair of the Southern CEF, Councillor Mike Jordan, along with the on-line survey.
Future Meetings and Forums
The next meeting of the Southern CEF Forum will be on Thursday 19th September, from 6.30 pm at Whitley and Eggborough Community Primary School, Learning Lane, Whitley, Goole, DN14 0WE. The themes will be Addressing Crime & Crime Prevention, and How we Collect your Waste. A flyer for the event can be viewed by clicking here.
The next meeting of the Southern Partnership Board will be on Thursday 10 October, 2019 in the Committee Room here at the Civic Centre, Doncaster Road, YO8 9FT. An agenda will be available nearer the time. The deadline for funding applications will be 12 noon on Tuesday 1 October 2019. Please ensure your application is completed correctly by referring to the information on the funding pages.
Did you know that in the Selby and Ainsty Constituency, according to a report produced by Independent Age, there are an estimated 1,401 households not claiming pension credits to which they are entitled? The average weekly payment is £49.21, and it's thought that around £3.1 million pounds' worth of pensions credits are going unclaimed. For more information, the full study is available to view online here.
If you think this applies to yourself or someone you know, you can get further advice online from the government on how to claim pension credits here.
Vision on Tour - outreach project by Selby District Vision
An outreach project taking eye health, sight loss prevention message and visual awareness has visited 24 villages in the Southern CEF area.
Reaching rural communities and getting this important message out by talking to:
• Social and recreational clubs and groups
• Primary school summer and Christmas fairs
• Information leaflets delivered directly to households
• Age UK groups
• Mobile Library service
• Local churches and pubs
• Horton Housing Community Cafes
• Over 50s/60s groups
• Community cafes, coffee mornings and afternoon tea groups
• Parish Councils
• Home visits
The project had excellent feedback from individuals and groups, who were impressed that this service has been delivered directly to them, removing the many issues surrounding transport and rural isolation.
We need you! Disability Action Group Southern Selby District Area
Little Owls Cinema Club