Boughton Church Window Gary Trouton


December 2007

News of a new initiative t bring together local communities

The Connecting Communities Project is a Mobile Information, Support and Signposting Service visiting Rural Communities (18 villages) and will be in Stoke Ferry and Boughton.

The Connecting Communities Project ran a Pilot and successfully received 2 years of funding until October 2009. The project team Bob, Phillip, Karen and Selwyn will be visiting Stoke Ferry and Boughton and our vehicle carries a range of leaflets. There are however no boundaries to the support we offer, so if you need information we haven't got on board, we will do research on your behalf.

Project visits - Stoke Ferry - by the Village Bus Stop

Tuesday 4th December - 10am to 12 noon

Tuesday 29th January - 10am to 12 noon

Tuesday 26th February - 10am to 12 noon

Tuesday 25th March - 10am to 12 noon

Project visits - Boughton - Surgery Car Park

Thursday 29th November - 9.30am to 11.30am

Thursday 24th January - 9.30am to 11.30am

Thursday 21st February - 9.30am to 11.30am

Thursday 20th March - 9.30am to 11.30am

We look forward to seeing you on any of the above dates, but if you have any urgent need for information you can contact the project team on:

Project Phone - 07876 466094

Or contact the Project Coordinator Bob Turner on 01945 871100

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