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The January meeting of the Castle Ward Neighbourhood Action Panel will take place on January 21st at 2pm in the North Committee Room of the Town Hall.

The NAP exists to “address crime, anti-social behaviour and quality of life issues throughout the Castle Ward” and meets monthly. The members are councillors, police, residents, council officers and others. There’s more information on the Council’s website here, including the up to date Action Plan for the NAP.

If you’ve got issues you want the NAP to consider then please come along and tell us about them – meetings are open to all members of the public. If you can’t make it to the meeting, then please get in touch with me or any of the other councillors, so we can raise your issue for you and get back to you with the results.

If you live in a different ward, there are NAPs for other areas in Colchester, and you can find their details on this page on the Council website.

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I realised that I used to notify people of upcoming Neighbourhood Action Panel (NAP) meetings on the blog, but as I did it through a lot of posts I’d scheduled a long time in advance, I didn’t notice when the pre-arranged posts ran out.

So, this is to let those of you in Castle Ward know that the next meeting of the Castle NAP is taking place next Tuesday (the 30th October) at 9.30am. The NAP exists to “address crime, anti-social behaviour and quality of life issues throughout the Castle Ward” and meets monthly. The members are councillors, police, residents, council officers and others. There’s more information on the Council’s website here, including the up to date Action Plan for the NAP.

If you live in a different ward, there are NAPs for other areas in Colchester, and you can find their details on this page on the Council website.

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Just to let those of you in Colchester know, the next meeting of the Castle Neighbourhood Action Panel will be on Tuesday 26th April, starting at 2pm in the Town Hall.

Any residents can come along and raise issues that they want the NAP to deal with, or if you can’t make it to the meeting, then please leave a comment or email me with your problem and I’ll raise it for you. For more information see the Colchester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership website.

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Just to let those of you in Colchester know, the next meeting of the Castle Neighbourhood Action Panel will be on Thursday 24th March, starting at 9.30am in the Town Hall.

Any residents can come along and raise issues that they want the NAP to deal with, or if you can’t make it to the meeting, then please leave a comment or email me with your problem and I’ll raise it for you. For more information see the Colchester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership website.

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Just to let those of you in Colchester know, the next meeting of the Castle Neighbourhood Action Panel will be on Wednesday 23rd February, starting at 5.30pm in the Town Hall.

Any residents can come along and raise issues that they want the NAP to deal with, or if you can’t make it to the meeting, then please leave a comment or email me with your problem and I’ll raise it for you. For more information see the Colchester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership website.

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Just to let those of you in Colchester know, the next meeting of the Castle Neighbourhood Action Panel will be on Tuesday 25th January, starting at 2pm in the Town Hall.

Any residents can come along and raise issues that they want the NAP to deal with, or if you can’t make it to the meeting, then please leave a comment or email me with your problem and I’ll raise it for you. For more information see the Colchester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership website.

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Here are the dates for the 2011 meetings of the Castle Neighbourhood Action Panel:

January – Tuesday 25th at 2:00pm
February – Wednesday 23rd at 5:30pm
March – Thursday 24th at 9:30am
April – Tuesday 26th at 2.00pm
May- Thursday 26th at 5:30pm
June – Thursday 23rd at 9.30am
July – Monday 25th at 2.00pm
August – Wednesday 24th at 5.30pm
September – Thursday 22nd at 9.30am
October – Monday 24th at 2.00pm
November – Wednesday 23rd at 5.30pm

All meetings are scheduled to take place in the North Committee Room in the Town Hall.

The NAP is a forum for any members of the public to bring forward problems in your area, which will then be dealt with by the various agencies represented there (including the Council, Police and residents associations). More details here.

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