Click here to view the notes from the meeting on Saturday 8th January 2021: Living Streets Meeting Notes Jan 2021
The next meeting will take place via Zoom on Saturday 5th March at 10:30am, all are welcome, please email us for the Zoom meeting link!
If you haven’t had a chance yet to tell us your views about how to make Uplands & Brynmill cleaner, greener and more pedestrian friendly, NOW is the time!
We have 6 suggestions in our Uplands Living Streets manifesto and we want to know which are the top three for Uplands and Brynmill residents. We will then ask our Councillors to adopt the three most popular and work with us to make them happen!
Find our 6 suggestions on this form: Uplands Living Street Manifesto
Please let us know your top three by sending the form back to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 10th January.
Thank you and Nadolig Llawen.
We welcomed the festive season and upcoming winter solstice on the green on The Grove last night with a lovely carol concert, where at least a hundred people from our community sang along together with Aderyn Du Brynmill Community Choir. The weather was cold, but getting together with everyone certainly warmed our hearts!
Thanks to all who came, Margot Morgan & Aderyn Du Community Choir, Chris on the keyboards, Jake and Chris for technical support, Joe for publicity, and our Uplands Living Streets Core Group organisers Jenny, Anne and Brigid. Onwards & Uplands!
We had a great meeting last Saturday, thanks all for coming, and here are the downloadable notes so that you can see what we discussed.
Our next meeting of Uplands Living Streets will be on Saturday 8th January 2022 at 10.30am on zoom, and here is the code:
There’s lots going on as we approach the winter solstice, so please do add the following date to your busy social calendar–
- Sunday 5th December at 5pm –community Christmas carols on our very own village Green on The Grove. Come and join us for a festive (socially distanced) get-together and sing along with ULS and Brynmill Community Choir!
- Also please let us know if you have ideas you’d like to see added to our ULS Manifesto / campaign list, as soon as possible (see notes for more details).
- And finally, does Doughnut Economics sound intriguing? We think so! If you’d like to know more and /or attend a meeting about it with 4theRegion, please let us know!
Onwards & Uplands!
Dawn, Jane , John, Jenny, Brigid, Anne & Caroline
Uplands Living Streets
Please respond to this consultation!
Welsh Government proposes to reduce the speed limit to 20mph on all our residential streets to reduce road collisions, increase opportunities for walking and cycling, make our streets safer and improve health and wellbeing for all.
Have your say on the proposal here! Deadline is 1st October so please hurry….