KINGSBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS 2020

In its fourth year, Kingsbridge Community Champions shine a spotlight on those working to strengthen the community in Kingsbridge. With your help Kingsbridge Town Council wants to recognise the people who go that “extra mile” and have made a positive impact in our town and your nominations are needed. We are talking about all activity, big or small, from all kinds of people; a friend, colleague, neighbour or volunteer.There are 6 different categories: Arts & Culture, Business, Environment, Sport, Volunteer and Young Champions and last year’s Community Champions were Lawrence Townsend, Dave Cripps, David Griffiths, Gary Jolliffe, Liz Raeburn and Sandy Gilbert.  The Town Council was delighted to acknowledge their achievements.

We do not wish to be too prescriptive and the whole concept is for the Kingsbridge community to effectively elect their own Champions with as few rules and conditions involved as possible.  How do you go about it?  It’s simple, just complete a nomination form which can be downloaded from www.kingsbridge.gov.uk, pick one up from the Council Offices at Quay House, email reception@kingsbridge.gov.uk or call 01548.853296.  Nomination forms will also be available from the Library, Kingsbridge Information Centre and a few shops.  It will only take you a few minutes to complete your nomination for your Community Champion – let’s give local people the credit they deserve.

Deadline for applications is Friday March 27th 2020.

Community Champion application form 2020

ROPEWALK DEVELOPMENT – LAST CHANCE SALOON!!!

 

You have one week left to give South Hams District Council your opinions on development proposals for a plot of land off Ropewalk.  The consultation ends on Wednesday 19th February.  Don’t say you didn’t have the opportunity…….

Complete the survey NOW at:

https://www.engagement.southhams.gov.uk/ropewalk

 

 

Planting of Tyler’s Tree 07.02.20

🌳 Tyler’s Tree 🌳
07.02.20

Join us outside Quay House on the grass area on Friday 7th February at 4.30pm as we plant Tyler’s Tree.

Tyler was a big part of many lives so we wanted to put in a more permanent memorial to replace the current one.  All are invited to come along and help plant the tree.