What is a Community Partnership?
Partnerships are – in the broadest sense – connections between and among people and groups to share interests, concerns and create visions for the future.
Historically, partnerships have been formed to educate, open discussion and address and solve problems among all parties involved and affected as well as stakeholders in all parts of the problems/issues and solutions.
What is the Ponteland Community Partnership?
A group of like minded volunteers who also represent local groups or organisations who share a common idea to identify and improve the quality of life in Ponteland.
When did it start?
The Ponteland Community Partnership started in the early 2004 and was set up under the Local Government Act of 2000 at a time when Ponteland was part of Castle Morpeth Borough Council.
Which organisations work with the Ponteland Community Partnership?
Ponteland Town Council
Ponteland Civic Society
Ponteland Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group
Ponteland Ageing Well
Ponteland Community Trust
What are we trying to do?
- To identify activities and projects for those who live or work in Ponteland that will improve their quality of life no matter what their age.
- To access funding to provide for these activities or projects.