North

People in North Moulsecoomb love where they live and have a strong community identity.  86% of residents here are satisfied with their neighbourhood.

The area’s diverse population is celebrated through grassroots groups and community action, such as Moulsecoomb Bangladeshi Women’s Group or the Bevy Seniors Club.

Community meetings and events which bring people together to network and discuss local issues are held regularly and local newsletters include ones produced by Moulsecoomb & Bevendean Local Action Teams.

The Bevy Community Pub, opened in December 2014, and was the first co-op pub on a housing estate in the UK.  The Regent Ballroom’s sprung dance floor is now in Moulsecoomb Hall. 

Moulsecoomb Community Hub will be built in the centre of Moulsecoomb and include youth space, community and learning space, library, café and GP & Health provision.

Other projects include Moulsecoomb Community Market, St Georges HallWildpark and Rainscape

If you would like to get involved in your community or have an idea for a group or activity you would like to start, contact our staff team who will be happy to chat to you.

 

Your North Team 

"There's such a strong sense of communities knowing what they want and getting on with it that we really do become 'connectors'".

Kirsty Walker, Director of Neighbourhood Projects
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07308 165 732

"I have met a lot of motivated and passionate people here, and their project ideas, skills and drive always inspire me"

Anke Thurm, Community Development Worker
[email protected]
07449 464 695

"It's a great honour and privilege to support individuals and groups to achieve positive change in strengthening their communities."

Anita Doherty, Project Support Worker
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07307 681 963

I love getting to know the amazing community members and passionate people who are serving their community. There are so many great projects going on that bring people together and resource each other.

Esme Young, Community Development Worker
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07367 360 134

Sara Fernee

"It’s great to hear about the diverse range of projects led by community volunteers. My job is to listen, support and help to connect people with each other to ensure they are empowered to make the changes they want to see."

Sara Fernee, Project Support Worker
[email protected]
07307 683 581

Bevendean Food bank

Spotlight

“Volunteers at the Bevendean Food bank are working hard to pack and deliver food parcels to around 70 households in Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Meadowview each week. Support from TDC is vital during this time as the demand in much higher than usual and we need to stay connected to services in the city and locally”

Mandy, Bevendean Food bank committee member

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