Littlemoor Live!

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In Littlemoor, Weymouth local people have created a local website to stimulate neighbourliness, build a sense of belonging within the community, and encourage people to get involved in their community

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  • But as you can see we live in a beautiful area! Many residents are very proud of where they live. Earlier this year.
  • But as you can see we live in a beautiful area! Many residents are very proud of where they live. Earlier this year.
  • But as you can see we live in a beautiful area! Many residents are very proud of where they live. Earlier this year.
  • But as you can see we live in a beautiful area! Many residents are very proud of where they live. Earlier this year.
  • But as you can see we live in a beautiful area! Many residents are very proud of where they live. Earlier this year.
  • Littlemoor Live!

    1. 2. Who are we? <ul><li>Littlemoor is a suburb of Weymouth, in Dorset, with a population of around 4000. </li></ul>We are a relatively young community, with only 17% over 60.
    2. 3. Who are we? <ul><li>The west of the ward is within the 20% most deprived areas in the country. </li></ul>31% of households are living in social rented housing. 36% (almost 600) of households in Littlemoor are in receipt of income related benefits.
    3. 4. Who are we?
    4. 13. What we are aiming for <ul><li>“ to enhance the sense of belonging, democratic influence, neighbourliness and involvement in their area” </li></ul>“ a more positive attitudes towards public agencies where representatives of those agencies are engaging online” To provide a platform for people to express how they feel about their area.
    5. 14. What I have learnt “ I run Littlemoors community nur”
    6. 15. What I have learnt More involvement from local agencies would have been helpful. It's not easy to attempt this on your own! People need coaxing to contribute themselves, rather than asking me to. Extra time is needed at the start.

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