Original prototype posted in December 2007 - Aylburton Community Website

The Aylburton Cross

This is the Aylburton Community Website, currently under development. Improved local communications is an issue raised by the recent studies associated with the Aylburton Community Plan, and this is a first attempt at a website.

Aylburton Community Plan

Posted on 5th July 2009 by ACPSC

Communities everywhere are constantly changing. The Government wants local communities to take more control of their own lives, to say what they want doing (or not doing) in their own neighbourhoods and to engage with other organisations to get it done. We cannot prevent change but we can try to influence it. Parish or Community Plans help our community to make change happen in a way that we want.

The Parish Plan lays out a shared vision for our community over the next 10+ years and it contains a detailed action plan for achieving this vision. In participating in this process Aylburton has defined the issues to be tackled. The process that has been followed for this plan has been largely defined by ACRE (Action for Communities in Rural England), the umbrella organisation for Rural Community Councils of which the Gloucestershire Rural Community Council (GRCC) is a part, and has evolved over several years picking up on the good points of previous plans.

The plan is available to download here as an acrobat pdf file. Click to open or download Plan Issue 1.pdf (Acrobat)

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