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We will be holding the Cliftonville Outdoor Cinema in June, July and August this summer a free ticketed community event run by GRASS Cliftonville at the Oval bandstand here in Cliftonville.
We have decided to give local charities and fellow not-for-profit community groups based in Thanet the opportunity to have their event poster projected on the screen prior to the movie commencing. This will give the local groups a captive audience to display their upcoming event to and hopefully bring awareness to their causes.
We can’t guarantee that every event poster will displayed, but we would like to help out our fellow not-for-profits and charities in the local area.
If any group would like to take part, we need a high definition poster or graphics sent to email@example.com by the following date 11th June, 1 July, 1 August.
It has come to our attention that Cliftonville Outdoor Cinema tickets are being sold online. Please be aware that tickets are non-transferable and you will be asked for ID to confirm that you are the owner of the ticket. If you purchase a ticket from someone that is not from GRASS Cliftonville your ticket will be cancelled.
If you have reserved a ticket and can no longer attend the event contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give the ticket to our waitlist.
GRASS – Cliftonville Outdoor Cinema is a not-for-profit community event run by volunteers and the only way we can continue offer these exciting FREE events here in Cliftonville and Margate is by your support. The only way we will be able to fund such events going forward will be by each person attending buying a small item that is reasonably priced form the kiosk on the evening.
Brilliant launch day at Cliftonville in Bloom, We had 39 entries sign-up on the day for the competition this year. GRASS is absolutely delighted the whole community turned out! A massive thank you to A Better Cliftonville, Ageless Thanet and FOCC for their support.
Friends of Cliftonville Coastline dig and plant beds at the Newgate Gap shelter.
We are delighted to share the wonderful news that the GRASS community notice board has been installed today 1st February 2019 by Thanet District Council.
We would like to thank One Stop for supporting and funding our fantastic community notice board that aims to engage all residents of our community in the Cliftonville West area and tell them about the local events happening with GRASS and other community volunteer street schemes.
The unsung heroes of the district’s voluntary sector gathered last night for the inaugural Thanet Community Awards.
Twenty good causes including GRASS Cliftonville received Winners’ awards in recognition of their dedication to making Thanet an even better place in which to live and work.
The ceremony took place at the Yarrow Hotel in Broadstairs, and the guests were treated to a recorded message of congratulations by award-winning actress and Ramsgate resident Brenda Blethyn.
The GRASS community group will be hosting an open meeting for #Cliftonville residents and businesses to discuss #CliftonvilleGames 2019. We would love to meet you at the Belle Vue function room as this will be a brilliant opportunity for people to share ideas and discuss how we can make the event even better.
Further information on the Cliftonville Games can be found at our website:
Directly before the Cliftonville Games meeting, at 6:00pm, we will be discussing Cliftonville in Bloom 2019. Please see our separate Facebook event for details.
Cliftonville Games Forum on facebook
Cliftonville in Bloom forum on Facebook
Thank you for your continued support.
GRASS – Gordon Road Area Street Scheme – was originally setup in 2003 as a resident led community volunteer group, its stated aims are to improve the quality of life for residents in Cliftonville. Grass is currently seeking funding for two of its main free community projects for 2019 Cliftonville in Bloom and the Cliftonville Games. In order to do this GRASS has been selected in taking part in the Aviva Community Fund. An open competition in which projects compete to gain funding to make a difference in their community. Chair person Simon Bell said “Both our projects ‘Cliftonville Games’ and ‘Cliftonville in Bloom’ are now at the public voting stage and we need every member of the community to cast their votes in support of these projects”.
Cliftonville in Bloom is a gardening competition that aims to encourage residents in Cliftonville to use their horticultural skills to help the environment and improve the appearance of our area. Entry is free with categories for both experienced and novice gardeners.
Whilst the annual Cliftonville Games day has a focus on the wider community, diversity and inclusion. GRASS provides many free activities for children, including inflatables, races, arts & crafts, and the event also includes street food vendors, market stalls and live music. This year the Cliftonville Games had up to 5,000 people in attendance at the Oval Lawns. Analysis of our recent Cliftonville Games survey shows that for 34% of attendees at this year’s event, it was their first time attending an event in Cliftonville, whilst 96% stated that they would attend another community event run by GRASS.
Voting is open until 20th November 2018 and everyone can cast 10 votes for the projects.
Link to the voting page Cliftonville Games: https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-743
Link to the voting page Cliftonville in Bloom: https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-745
Further information from GRASS contact Stephen Darrer, Secretary at e-mail email@example.com