Rural West York ward
Here you can find information about the next resident forum, news about local improvement schemes and activities in the area.
Ward priorities 2013 - 2014
Make lives of older people better
Improve the environment
To improve the lives of children and young people
What is happening in my ward?
Ward stories and information about upcoming events can be found here.
How can I be involved?
Resident Forum meetings
Meeting minutes and agendas are available here.
Resident Forum funding
Click here for the 2013-14 Grant Application Form, Grants Policy Guidance Notes, Ward Priorities and Additional Sources of Funding documents.
The budget for 2013-14 is £4,260 Once the grants are finally agreed and signed off information will appear in the box below:
|Poppleton Luncheon Club||A grant to provide lunches for members, some of whom are over ninety years old.||£500|
|Poppleton Youth Action Club||A grant to cover the running costs of the youth group for 11-17 year olds.||£1250|
|Copmanthorpe Youth Club||A grant to pay for new flooring for the Youth Club to make it more accessible||£1250|
|Rufforth Methodist Church||A grant to enable the Outreach Post Office to continue in the Methodist Church schoolroom on Monday and Thursday mornings during 2013/14.||£500|
There is one residents association in the ward, Copmanthorpe Residents' Association.
If you have any thoughts on what needs to happen to improve your ward, or you would like to get involved in making things locally, let us know. You can contact your community involvement officer, or neighbourhood manager using the details on the bottom of this page.
Did you know?
Rural West York Ward Profile
A statistical profile has been created which has a range of facts related to the Rural West York ward. The topics include demographics, marriage, household structure, benefit claimants, poverty, qualifications, crime, health and customer engagement with the council. They will be updated every 3 months with available data. The Rural West York Ward Profile is available to download here.
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For more information
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Pages in Rural West York
- You are here: Rural West York ward
- Rural West York ward stories