Area Forum - have a say on local affairs
About the Area Forums
For the dates of the next Area Forum Meetings and minutes and presentations from past meetings please see our Agendas, Meetings and Minutes pages.
Area Forums are the opportunity to have a say on local affairs.
North Warwickshire Borough Council, Warwickshire County Council, Warwickshire Police and other partners work together to hold regular Area Forum meetings across the Borough to help transform the way that public services are delivered locally. These meetings provide local people with an opportunity to talk about the individual needs of their communities.
There are four area forums across the Borough.
Area Forum North - incorporates the communities of Austrey, Baddesley Ensor, Baxterley, Birchmoor, Bentley, Dordon, Grendon, Merevale, Newton Regis, No Mans Heath, Polesworth, Seckington, Shuttington and Warton.
Area Forum South - incorporates the communities of Ansley, Arley, Astley, Coleshill, Corley, Fillongley, Great and Little Packington, Maxstoke, Over Whitacre and Shustoke.
Area Forum East - incorporates the communities of Atherstone, Caldecote, Hartshill and Mancetter.
Area Forum West - incorporates the communities of Curdworth, Hurley, Kingsbury, Lea Marston, Middleton, Nether Whitacre, Piccadilly, Water Orton, Wishaw and Wood End.
Half an hour prior to the Forum meeting the Police hold a surgery and residents are encouraged to call in if they have specific concerns that they would like to discuss with their local Safer Neighbourhoods Policing Team.
Forum Meetings - see our meeting and minutes page for dates
Forum meetings start at 6.30 pm, except for Area Forum South which starts at 7.00 pm. All Borough and County Councillors for the area attend the meetings, which are chaired by a local councillor.
These are open public meetings that take place four times a year at a variety of community venues in each forum area. The idea behind the Area Forums is that different areas have different needs and priorities, so the meetings are about addressing the individual needs of local communities.
As part of the meeting there is an opportunity for members of the public to put a question to the Forum.
For more information about your Area Forum, please get in touch with Jenny Price, Emma Humphreys or Amanda Tonks on 01827 719221/719450 or email email@example.com.
Area Forum Grants are no longer available