East Belfast Locality Planning Group

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An initial information event, facilitated by the East Belfast Partnership, was held on 16 October 2012.  This event involved information about the CYPSP, the purpose and benefits of Locality Planning Groups, the experience of a Locality Planning Group Chair in another area, and a mapping exercise of the services for children, young people and families in the East Belfast area.  There was also a round table exercise to discuss what is working well in the area and Locality Planning should look like in East Belfast.

The first East Belfast Locality Planning Group meeting was held on 4th October 2013.  If anyone working with or for children, young people or families in the East Belfast area would be interested in joining the East Belfast Locality Planning Group please contact Charlene Mitchell

Areas covered by the East Belfast Locality Planning Group. (Wards 2014) Ballymacarrett, Belmont,  Bloomfield, Connswater, Cregagh, Garnerville, Gilnahirk, Hillfoot, Knock, Merok, Orangefield, Ravenhill, Sandown, Shandon, Stormont, Sydenham, Wookstock, Ballyhanwood, Carrowreagh, Dundonald, Enler, Graham’s Bridge.

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