Grassland Hasmoor

Grassland Hasmoor

Welcome to the Grassland Hasmoor '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 Grassland Hasmoor 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 Grassland Hasmoor with other Big Local areas and highlight what works in communities with a wider audience of practitioners and policy makers.

You can visit our website at: http://www.grasslandhasmoor.co.uk/

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    October 5, 2018 Text

    In February 2018 Grassland Hasmoor Big Local launched its second community profile of Grassmoor and Hasland, North Derbyshire. In addition to updating local demographic information the profile outlines Big Local's progress to date and summarises feedback from residents on their future aspirations. The forward plan is presented under two themes - PEOPLE ( children and young people, working families and senior citizens) and PLACES (green and open spaces, living environment and community facilities).

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    August 6, 2018 Text

    Each year, GHBL produces a photo-book which illustrate its activities and how it is contributing to making the area an even better place to live. This is the Year Book for 2017.

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    August 6, 2018 Text

    Each year, GHBL produces a photo-book which illustrate its activities and how it is contributing to making the area an even better place to live. This is the Year Book for 2016.

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    Grassmoor Funday- sponsored by Big Local ensuring activities are free on the day such as face-painting, climbing walls, bouncy castles and much much more. GHBL Partnered up with local organisations to provide an event that was educational, inspiring and full of opportunity for attendees.

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    Mill Lane Allotments, Grassmoor, held their annual Open Day on Saturday 6th August. The event was supported by various local charity groups and GHBL.

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    April 6, 2016 Text

    The Grassland Hasmoor Big Local Green and Open Spaces group shows what can be achieved though local passion for the area, some voluntary effort and building a relationship with decision makers.

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    April 27, 2016 Text

    Grassland Hasmoor held a sixties night in Hasland Village Hall. The event was open to the Big Local area. Sixty plus local residents enjoyed good music, dancing and a buffet supper. The event was organised by the Friends of Eastwood Park, Hasland and sponsored by Grassland Hasmoor - Big Local. Several of the Partnership Board members of the GHBL are also on the General Management Committee of the FoEP, H. Our aim was to promote the GHBP project to a sector we have struggled with thus far. We

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    September 6, 2016 Text

    Grassland Hasmoor Big Local is dual centred project based on Hasland, a suburb of Chesterfield and Grassmoor, a village in Derbyshire. Grassmoor has a Community Centre, Hasland does not. We had to find somewhere we could adapt to our purposes. We needed an office and a meeting room. We found what we wanted, the rental agreement was signed on 21st July. Renovation, cleaning and furnishing done, the Hasland Hub opened on 17th October. The ribbon was cut by GHBL Chairman Mr. Stephen Wright.

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    Publicity for event to enthuse community to get involved in the upcoming Big Local project

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    April 13, 2016 Text

    The Grassmoor and Hasland Big Local Plan lays out the partnerships priorities for 2015 and 2016. The three themes are: People: Children & Young People; Working Age Families; Senior Citizens. Place: Green & Open Spaces; Living Environment; Community Facilities. Communication and Engagement