Congratulations to Thurcroft Hub for winning Best Small Commercial Project in the LABC Building Excellence Awards on Friday 14th May 2018
Final chance to book a stall!
In their review of their plan, Thurcroft Big Local Partnership has identified the need and allocated some resources for dedicated support into supporting local people into work and apprenticeships. To get this started, the Partnership has organised an Apprenticeship and Jobs Fayre between 11am and 3pm on Thursday 21st June 2018 at the Thurcroft Hub.
If you would like to book a free stall at this please either complete the online form below. As well as being an event for residents to engage with partners, we hope this will also offer an opportunity for conversations between yourselves and the Big Local Partnership for joint work in the future.
May 2018 litter pick cancelled – the next one will be June 2018.
Thanks to Willows School staff and pupils for their help at the big local litter pick on 28th April 2018
Thanks to the litter pickers on 24th February 2018.
22 bags of rubbish collected on 27th January 2018.
Great to see so many Thurcroft residents – particularly young people- who care about their environment.
A team of volunteers are out making sure that Thurcroft residents receive the Newsletter this weekend.
Cath MacCartan stood down as a member of Thurcroft Big Local Partnership at the open meeting on Monday 2nd October 2017. The Partnership would like to thank Cath for her work and support over the last 4 years, the fantastic contribution she has made to community life in the village and the successful projects she has led on, the biggest and most successful was the construction of the Thurcroft Sports Hub with which she will remain involved as a Director of Thurcroft Bottom Club.
Cath has demonstrated outstanding dedication, commitment and enthusiasm in support of the Partnership and deliver of the Thurcroft Big Local Plan. She has organised events, supported new community activity and engaged with Local Trust events and training. More recently she has developed and used her skills to attract additional external funding for projects to develop the Sports Hub.
Opening Thurcroft Hub
Tony Simmonds Chair of the Partnership said “everyone in the Partnership will miss Cath and the massive contribution she made to Thurcroft Big Local. In particular he work and effort to build and develop the Thurcroft Sports Hub will provide a real legacy for generations to come”
Steve Ruffle from locally Trusted body Rotherham Federation of Communities “its been a real privilege to work with Cath. Cath is a real do-er. She has made stuff happen and taken projects forward. Thurcroft Big Local would not have got as far as it has without her vision and steadfast commitment for the good of Thurcroft”.
Alister Shaw, Local Trust representative said “Cath personifies what Big Local is all about, discovering and tapping in to local talent and passion to make things better for everyone living and working in the area. Cath’s commitment and dedication to the people of Thurcroft is evident to everyone who has ever had the privilege of talking or working with her. Cath has contributed and learned so much in her time on the Big Local partnership. It’s great to know that while she will be moving on from the Big Local partnership she will continue to support and develop the new Thurcroft Hub and remain a great partner to the Big Local process in Thurcroft.”
There remains some vacancies on the Thurcroft Big Local Partnership for residents wishing to help continue to deliver the Local Plan and make a difference in the village. The positions are unpaid. For more details contact Rachel Cole, Rachel.email@example.com or contact Rachel by phone on 01709 368515.
A fantastic day was had by all on 29th July 2017- thanks to everyone who helped.
Report from Sheffield University
The chart below is a summary of how much we have spent on Thurcroft Big Local funding between August 2014 and July 2017. Funding has been spent on projects and priorities identified in the Thurcroft Big Local Plan. Before interest, we still have a minimum of £283,495 left in our funding pot and can still access this anytime over the next 7 years.
Community Pride: We have provided skips, arranged litter picks and organised numerous community events including the Summer Gala each year. We have raised £7960 which we can use for community events when the funding ends.
Regeneration: We have spent £526,624 on our biggest project which has been the building of Thurcroft Hub on New Orchard Lane delivering sports and social activities to the local community . We have also provided advice services to residents.
Children and Young People: We have run regular youth clubs through Youth Work Works, summer playschemes and contributed funding to the new playground near Gordon Bennett Memorial Hall
Infrastructure: We employ a member of staff Rachel Cole for 2 days a week, we have produced newsletters, rented a shop and provided £8720 in small grants to groups in the village.