Broadstairs Town Teams Projects
Meet the Town Team at Broadstairs Food Festival Sat 19th -Mon 21st April
Please come and say Hi! to various members of the Town Team, we’d love totell you more about some fab projects we’re planning this year. If you’d like to get involved in some way in any of our projects, it will be great to meet you. We’ll be sharing a stand with our good friends from the Broadstairs and St. Peter’s Chamber of Commerce at this Easter’s Fantastic Food Festival, in the grounds of Pierremont Hall, Broadstairs. There will also be a chance to come and see where we’ve got to on The Town Shed, as it’s right next door!
Town Team meetings Feb 2014
Building on the success of our Open Forum meeting, we have had 2 more exciting meetings,Our Brush Up Broadstairs ’14 campaign kicked off with 2 litter picks on Viking Bay,very successful and thanks to all the lovely volunteers who came and helped. The Shed meeting on 25th Feb was also a roaring success, with lots of potential Shedders signing up to help and be involved.The next BUB project is Gardens want to know more?, then please join the Gardening project team for a meeting to talk specifically about the plans for the Albion Street Car Park raised beds and see how you can get involved.If litter’s your thing, we have a Station concourse litter pick planned early March. Updates on our Facebook page.
If you would like to see planting criteria and a scale plan in advance:
If litter’s something you’d like to help with :
If Shed’s your thing, then come along and meet the Shedders and the Project team at our very first Open Shed meeting :
Tuesday 25th February 7-9pm Upstairs at The Charles Dickens Pub.( Thanks again for your support Thorley Taverns !!) We’ll be talking about The Men’s Shed movement worldwide, outlining why this is such a fantastic project for our community, and outlining our plans to start work on our Shed over the next weeks. If you’d like to get involved in any way, pleas come along, everyone welcome.
Town Team Open Forum – January 2014
Thank you to everyone that came to hear more about what we’re up to on 14th Jan. Thanks too, to The Gazette for your usual great local coverage!! It was great to see so many of you, and the atmosphere was wonderfully positive and reassuring. We love new ideas and you gave us even more inspiration to do good things!! Together we can achieve so much! Projects for 2014: The Town Shed, Brush up Broadstairs, Memorial Park Gym, Revive and Thrive Challenge, High Street Wayfinding and Flags. With thanks to Thorley Taverns for kindly providing use of their upstairs room for this meeting. Town Shed – When is a Shed not a Shed? When it’s a place for people to meet, make friends and make and repair stuff. You may have seen us on ITV’s People’s Millions, and thanks to your fantastic support, we won £50,000 to make our Shed a reality!!! Mural Competition – Well done to our competition winners, Sarah Rickman and Jasmine Atkins. Prizes courtesy of Panther Securities Plc. Brush Up Broadstairs – We love Broadstairs and we want to try and help keep it looking spic and span, plus have the opportunity to meet and work with more of our neighbours, to see if we can help them. Broadstairs Proms – What a lovely summer we all had, made more enjoyable by our fabulous proms at The Bandstand. Railway Bridge – Landmark gateway into Broadstairs, in need of our love, care and attention. WWX Kiosk – Let’s tell all the visitors to Westwood Cross what the are missing just down the road.
- Flags – A way to guide, lead and inform visitors to Broadstairs about our town.
Broadstairs Town Team
Broadstairs Town Team. is a group of local individuals and businesses who work together to make a difference to our town. We hope you’ll want to join us in our aims. Read more about us.
Town Team Projects
We have several projects which we think will have a really positive effect on our town – and you can help!
Broadstairs Summer Sounds – project updated 10/7/14
21st and 28th August will see the inaugural Broadstairs Summer Sounds concerts, brought to you by The Town Team and local promoter, The Mosaic Cat. These free family concerts are designed to celebrate the sounds of Broadstairs and our wonderful community.
Read all about the concerts and let us know if you’d like to get involved, here
Our Aims & Objectives
We hope you’ll want to join us in our aims;
- Support and assist community-led initiatives to grow, for the greater good of Broadstairs, the town, its people, and its businesses
- Show to a wider audience the fabulous things Broadstairs has to offer
- Tell everyone more about Broadstairs so they love it as much as we do