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Ward profile, priorities and funding

The Huntington and New Earswick Ward profile contains statistical information about the area and is updated regularly.

Your ward councillors set priorities and work to address them with input from partners and residents. They host ward committee meetings and events, and lead a team of officers/partners working in the area.

You can attend events and committee meetings in your ward to find out local information and how local priorities are being addressed. View agendas and minutes from Huntington and New Earswick Ward Committee meetings.

In Huntington and New Earswick Ward the priorities for 2015 to 2016 were:

  • increased community safety and cohesion
  • a well maintained ward
  • increased opportunities for young people

Each ward has a budget to spend on local priorities. For 2017 to 2018 the ward budget is £69,056. To find out what been spent so far, see ward funding decisions.You can find out more at your annual ward committee meetings or by contacting your Community Involvement Officer.

Community groups and voluntary organisations based in the ward can apply for ward committee funding.

Ward funding grant application supporting documents:

Consultations and decisions on funding happen at ward committee meetings, team meetings and through other engagement opportunities such as surveys and councillor surgeries.

Residents' Associations, Parish Councils and Planning Panels

There is no active Residents' Association in this ward.

Parish councils in this Ward:

Planning Panels are not active in areas where there are Parish Councils.

Contact your Community Involvement Officer for more information on Residents' Associations and Planning Panels.

Local Area Coordination

Local Area Coordinators help you stay safe, well, independent and connected to your local community.

See our Local Area Coordination page for further information about how to access this service in Huntington and New Earswick Ward.

YorWellbeing support in your Ward

YorWellbeing offers support to help residents to continue to live independently and safely in their homes.

The Yorwellbeing handyperson service can perform small jobs around your home if you are:

  • aged 60 years and over
  • disabled

Ward news and information

Find out what's happening by:

  • reading Ward news
  • following @HNEWard on Twitter
  • contacting your ward councillors
  • contacting your Community Involvement Officer requesting to join the email list for regular updates on news and events

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