Residents share their views
Residents at Pendleton Together were recently invited to a drop-in event at Clarendon Leisure Centre to access employment and training services and share their views on Neighbourhoods Services.
The drop-in which took place on Tuesday 21st November was an opportunity for residents to find out how Pendleton Together can support searches for employment and training. The session included a free bouncy castle, soft play and refreshments, as well as free gym passes for residents who attended.
Residents were also able to express what Neighbourhood Services were important to them and what improvements they’d like to see in their community.
Sarah Davies, Neighbourhood Officer, said: “We want to get a feel for what people think about the council’s priorities and what’s important to them, things like green spaces, gardens, health and wellbeing, employment, kids activities and crime and antisocial behaviour.
It’s been a really positive exercise; people are really keen to talk about their estates.”