Thurnscoe – A Better Place
Our Vision & Priorities
Our vision is to make Thurnscoe an even better place to live. To do this all of our activity is based around our priorities which are;
- Bringing the community together
- A community where everyone knows what’s going on
- A healthy environment for everyone to enjoy
What is Big Local?
Big Local is an exciting opportunity for residents to use £1m to make a massive and lasting positive difference to their communities. It’s about bringing together all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live.
Big Local projects are running in 150 areas around England. The funding is distributed by the Local Trust. It was setup with £200 million by the Big Lottery Fund which receives a portion of money from every National Lottery ticket sale. More…
Recent Facebook Posts
Let it Shine
Working with our fantastic community partners, Big Local Thurnscoe coordinated a brand new project to give a little boost to identified families in our area. They each received a large laundry hamper full of cleaning products and household essentials to help them ‘Let it Shine’ in 2021!
- Big Local Events
- Big Local Projects
- Big Local Review
- Green Spaces News
- Housing Project News
- Local News
Big Local Thurnscoe Housing Project Update We’re delighted to share the news that after extensive refurbishment the homes on Grange Crescent are almost complete and will be on sale early in the new year. We’ll keep you updated with details as and when they become available.
The Big Local Autumn 2017 Newsletter will be with you very soon. With 5000 copies distributed locally it’s a fantastic way of keeping up-to-date with what’s happening in our community. It’s packed with local news and events including Green Gym sessions at Phoenix Park and Green Angels environmental courses. If you can’t wait until it […]
Over the summer we held two community art workshops at Thurnscoe Library working alongside mosaic artist Frances Taylor. Over 30 people have contributed so far including children from Station House and some community groups to create a stunning piece of community art that will be installed at the underpass of Thurnscoe Railway station. The mosaic […]