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As part of our Big Lottery funded independent feasibility study into the development of the Stoke on Trent based Goldenhill Community Centre, Wider Impact is hosting a community consultation event at the Centre, 1pm to 7pm, Thursday 26 April 2018.

With an aim of encouraging as many people as possible to attend, including parents / carers of young children and youth / young people, we are planning that the day will be supported by:

General (1pm to 7pm)

o    FREE light refreshments

o    Displays and presentations about ‘What goes on’ at the Centre / future plans

o    Encouraging current users such as S.A.G.E, the Out and About Club, Slim Together

Club, Keep Fit, Bingo, Tuesday Dance, Wednesday Evening Dance

Classes, the local Police, Age UK Memories Group and the like to ‘display’ what they do, inviting others to join and support their groups / activities

o    Coordinated by Wider Impact, on-going surveys supported by Keele University students – inviting visitors to pass on their ideas regarding the future sustainability of the Centre and ideally discuss how they may play a role in its future

 Young Parents / Carers / Children (1pm to 5pm)

o    FREE Face Painting

o    Jabberjacks childrens’ activity classes

o    Free gifts      

Youth / Young People (5pm to 7pm)

o    Attendance of a Stoke City FC player

o    FREE signed match ball draw

Anyone interested in exhibiting at the event, or requiring more information about similar community support packages, should contact Wider Impact Director Edwin Lewis by email:



Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis