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Group of the Week: Camelon Area REgeneration (CARE)

Camelon Area REgeneration want to make the area a better place to live for residents. Picture: Gary hutchison (140457)

Camelon Area REgeneration want to make the area a better place to live for residents. Picture: Gary hutchison (140457)

 

More and more communities are taking it upon themselves to make where they live a better place. Groups are forming all over the district, organising and taking forward hopes and ideas.

Camelon Area REgeneration (CARE) is a voluntary association and registered charity whose principal aims are to work for the benefit of the community, to make it a nicer place and to improve the quality of life for all its residents.

The group, which formed in 2007, holds monthly meetings in Camelon Education Centre where its growing membership discuss issues affecting the community and ways to improve it. A local police officer and councillor attend to provide advice.

During the year CARE publishes two newsletters of ‘Camelon Chat’ with 2000 copies distributed through schoolbag drops, local businesses, the One Stop Shop, in the Mariner Centre, Camelon Bowling Club, Camelon Juniors FC and Camelon Medical Practice who all support the group’s work.

WHO: Camelon Area REgeneration (CARE)

WHERE: Camelon Education Centre, Abercrombie Street

WHEN: First Tuesday of month, 7 p.m.

CONTACT: camelonregeneration@yahoo.co.uk

If you would like to be our Group of the Week, e-mail

editorial@falkirkherald.co.uk

 

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