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Victoria Park and Partick East/Kelvindale Area Partnerships and the North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network (NWGVSN) will be holding two Local Funding Workshop events in September.

Come along to find out more about the Grant application process, meet other local groups and  find out where to get help and support. Cake and Tea will be on offer too! Email najmah.chauhdry@glasgow.gov.uk to book your place

If you are based in other Wards in the City there is funding available through your local Area Partnership. For more information visit the Council website www.glasgow.gov.uk/areapartnershipgrants

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Glasgow Community Planning Partnership brings together public agencies, the third sector and the private sector, to work to improve the city its services and the lives of people who live and work here.

Earlier this year the Glasgow Community Plan was published, which has been developed by partners in the city, articulates the focus and priority areas where joint action can make a real difference.

And recently the Glasgow Community Action Plan 2018-20, which implements the Glasgow Community Plan, has also been published. Both the Plan and the Action Plan are available online at www.glasgowcpp.org.uk/communityplan

The Action Plan contains 20 commitments across two Priority Areas – Childcare and Transport – and three Focus Areas – Economic Growth; a Fairer More Equal Glasgow and Resilient Communities.

The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 requires Glasgow Community Planning Partnership to publish an annual progress report setting out improvements made in relation to each outcome identified by the Partnership.

The Environmental Task Force (ETF) provided a Ward activity update at the recent Ward 13 Garscadden/Scotstounhill Area Partnership meeting. The Ward covers Yoker, Knightswood and Scotstoun neighbourhoods.

This report provides details of ETF within Ward 13 and it gives a snapshot of information on the communications channels used to report issues to the ETF.

The establishment of the Environmental Task Force (ETF) marked a new approach to service delivery along thematic lines rather than more traditional departmental lines. This new approach encourages integrated working across a range of Council Family services to a common theme. It creates a framework for various services from across the Council Family and partner organisations to share common objectives, a shared understanding of success, and improved targeting and coordination of services.

You can download the report from the Council website or here 20180424_Ward13_AP_ETF_Report_Apr17-Jan18

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Grant funding is available from the 23 Area Partnerships across the city. These budgets are mainly used to provide grants to local community and voluntary organisations to provide services that will help to achieve the Area Partnership’s local priorities and Glasgow City Council’s objectives.

Organisations can apply for funding from £300 to £6000.

For more information please contact the North West Partnership & Development Team, based at The Albany, 44 Ashley Street, Glasgow G3 6DS
Tel: 0141 276 9900 or visit the Council website www.glasgow.gov.uk/areapartnershipgrants

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The North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network is a membership organisation for voluntary organisations in North West Glasgow. It is open to all voluntary organisations that deliver services in this area.

The Network works to provide a coherent and collective voice for the voluntary sector in North West Glasgow, and to assure the best interest of the communities we work with.

You can find out more about the Network by liking them on Facebook and following them on Twitter. You can also contact the office on 0141 952 7090.

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A new Local Fire and Rescue Plan has been drafted for the City of Glasgow. This has been prepared following a review of performance over the past three years and is now out for public consultation – deadline for responses is Friday 10 December.

To inform the review Fire and Rescue Scotland (FRS) asked local people and partners how well they thought they were doing and what else they thought the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service could do to improve community outcomes.

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The Glasgow Community Plan has now been published online by Glasgow Community Planning Partnership. The Plan has been developed by partners in the city to articulate the focus and priority areas where joint action can make a real difference.

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership brings together public agencies, the third sector and the private sector, to work to improve the city its services and the lives of people who live and work here.

The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 requires Glasgow Community Planning Partnership to publish a Local Outcomes Improvement Plan that sets out our shared priorities for the city, where GCPP plan to make improvements and over time show that we have made these improvements. In Glasgow this is the Glasgow Community Plan www.glasgowcpp.org.uk/communityplan.

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