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  • BONTLE
    Re: Dealing With Community Friction
    Thank you for sharing this info with us. I have great passion to work with communities. I stay in a complex consisting of 300…
    31 August 2016
  • Community-man
    Re: The Community Centre
    Hi Just wanted some advice on a problem regarding my local community centres, they're all run by old men who use tge centre all for…
    25 February 2016
  • CommunityGroup
    Re: Fire Safety in the Community
    Jan - Your Question:I am trying to get advice on the fire safety in our village hall which has events for up to 200 people.I need…
    24 February 2016
  • Jan
    Re: Fire Safety in the Community
    I am trying to get advice on the fire safety in our village hall which has events for up to 200 people. I need advice on fire…
    23 February 2016
  • CommunityGroup
    Re: Setting Up a Neighbourhood Watch
    Andy - Your Question:I'm looking to set up a new extended neighbourhood watch scheme.Any help, affiliation, and support is…
    2 September 2015
  • Andy
    Re: Setting Up a Neighbourhood Watch
    I'm looking to set up a new extended neighbourhood watch scheme. Any help, affiliation, and support is what I'm currently…
    1 September 2015
  • OWEY
    Re: How Communities Have Changed
    hi their now as well\iwent in to crosby for abus ride and as iwas going in to ashop now called food for go two lads went in to…
    29 May 2015
  • CommunityGroup
    Re: Funding Your Neighbourhood Watch
    @Marmottan. Boys and Girls can do both? We can't see where it says otherwise in the article sorry. The idea is that the…
    3 December 2014
  • Marmottan
    Re: Funding Your Neighbourhood Watch
    So only boys aged 12 are able wash cars and cut lawns, not girls. I had not realised that was the case. I would also like to…
    30 November 2014
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