Following our recent consultation on the St Pauls Learning and Family Centre, the council is looking at ways the St Pauls Learning and Family Centre can be managed differently in the future.
Bristol City Council are exploring the possibility of Community Asset Transfer and have published a detailed Brief for how the Centre can be managed by a community-based organisation or social enterprise. This brief has been influenced by the results of the community consultation run by SPU.
Details of the results of the community survey can be veiwed here – St Pauls Learning Family Centre
The Brief and all accompanying documents may be downloaded from – www.bristol.gov.uk/splfc
Expressions of interest need to be received by 9th May.
We believe the Centre has great potential to serve the community better and in a more cost-effective way. If your organisation is interested in being part of the new tenant or management body that will take over the running of the Centre, please read the Brief and consider how you might be able to work in partnership with others.
In order to facilitate contact between interested parties, the council will share contact details with organisations or groups interested in developing a joint or consortium proposal, on request and in exchange for their contact details.
Please help us spread the news by forwarding this email to colleagues or other organisations that may be interested in the future of the Centre.