Freshford CAM Valley

The Bathavon Area Forum brings together the two forums that previously operated as Bathavon North and Cam Valley. The Forum comprises the parished areas of: Bathampton; Batheaston; Bathford; Camerton; Combe Hay; Charlcombe; Claverton; Dunkerton and Tunley; Englishcombe; Freshford; Hinton Charterhouse; Kelston; Monkton Combe; Newton St Loe; North Stoke; Priston; Shoscombe; South Stoke; St Catherine; Swainswick and Wellow.


The next meeting of the Bathavon Forum will take place on Tuesday 8th February (6pm).  

Join Zoom Meeting - https://bathnes.zoom.us/j/94638505578?pwd=REF4STNGYi9NcmlBeDdDVHcya0VkQT09

Meeting ID: 946 3850 5578 Password: BAvon8Feb2


The Forum is Chaired by John Adler from Freshford Parish Council. The supporting B&NES Council Officers are: Dave Dixon 01225 396532 dave_dixon@bathnes.gov.uk and Mark Hayward 01225 396975 mark_hayward@bathnes.gov.uk.

It is one of five Connecting Communities Forums within Bath and North East Somerset (the others are Bath Area ForumChew Valley Area ForumKeynsham Area Forum and Somer Valley Forum).  The district is a diverse area with differing needs and priorities.  The Council and its partners recognise this and value the local information and feedback the Forums provide as this helps to shape local services.  All the Forum meetings are open to the public and community group representatives as well Ward and Parish Councillors.  The items discussed at meetings include those the Council and its partners need to share or would like feedback on; items the Forum members themselves wish to discuss and opportunities for local organisations to share information and best practice.

The 'Connecting Communities' approach has been built around five key principles: ‘listen, prioritise, join-up, work with you and share ideas.  As there is now much less public funding available, local people and neighbourhoods are being asked to help run services too.  The Forums help to improve local engagement, encourage people to talk to each other and to share their skills and ideas.

The Bathavon Area Forum Meeting Dates

 

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