Ambition Lawrence Weston

Ambition Lawrence Weston

Welcome to the Ambition Lawrence Weston 'Our Bigger Story' website. This is part of the multi media evaluation of 15 Big Local areas in England. The website is an opportunity to follow what is changing in Lawrence Weston as a result of Big Local over a ten year period.

The aim of the website is to share the learning from everything that is happening in Lawrence Weston with other Big Local areas and highlight what works in communities with a wider audience of practitioners and policy makers.

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    July 2, 2018 Text

    The second community plan 2108-2023 for Lawrence Weston (A Joint Responsibility for our Community) was launched at an event on 28th June 2018 at the local Youth Centre. The day introduced an exciting baseline evaluation of the health and wellbeing impact of Ambition Lawrence Weston which will continue in coming years to review progress. The highlights of the community plan were also presented - with the focus on nine key objectives - ranging from environmental improvements, green energy initiatives, increasing housing choice, health and wellbeing, children and young people and local facilities.

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    July 4, 2018 Text

    The second community plan for Lawrence Weston – 2018-2023 – was launched at an event at the youth centre on 28th June 2018. Having achieved 70% of the original plan’s goals, A Joint Responsibility for our Community sets out 9 objectives for the coming five years.

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    June 6, 2016 Text

    In this presentation, from the Big Local Spring Event in Bristol, May 2016, Lawrence Weston Big Local describe the work of the Employment Hub (since September 2015) on the estate and its approach to getting local residents into employment and training.

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    December 21, 2015 Text

    At the time we started the plan a number of community facilities had either closed or were threatened with closure. Residents and local partners had become increasingly frustrated at the lack of joined up thinking at a neighbourhood level. Residents felt that nobody was looking at the estate as a whole or properly planning for its future. So... we took a leap of faith, and decided to do it ourselves!