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May 29, 2018

Community First Credit Union – now in Selby

Selby Big Local is pleased to announce the start of our partnership with Community First Credit Union, which will see our new Credit Union Outreach Worker, Neill Taylor, working across the Selby Big Local area over the coming weeks. The Credit Union will offer everything from savings accounts, to loans, to budgeting advice, helping people gain access to affordable credit…
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May 29, 2018

Vacancies – join our Partnership Board

Selby Big Local is looking to recruit more resident members to join the Partnership. This is a group of local people who meet on a monthly basis and decide how our money is spent. You don't have to have any specific work experience or have done anything like this before, just a commitment to getting stuck in and helping to…
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EventsNews
May 29, 2018

Selby Big Local AGM and launch of 2018-20 Community Plan

Join Us - Thursday 7th June, 5-7.30pm at the Summit, Selby Please come and join us at our Plan launch and 2018 AGM. There will be free food and opportunity to hear about our activities over the last two years and forthcoming plans and priorities for 2018-20. For more information, please email bryony@selbybiglocal.org.uk
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November 7, 2017

Selby Photography Challenge

With the launch of our new website comes another challenge and we would like you to all be involved. During the design process of the new Selby Big Local website, our designers discovered there is a lack of stock photography images that show our beautiful Selby. We need images of our area and this is where we thought you could…
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News
November 6, 2017

Selby Community Choir

The Selby Big Local Community Choir was formed in 2015 when members of the Selby Big Local Partnership worked with Paula Haylett of the Salvation Army to form an initial group who met fortnightly at the St Richards room on Abbotts Road. (more…)
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News
November 6, 2017

Over 50’s Computer Clubs

Our over 50's Computer Clubs have come from working with older people living on the Flaxley Road and Abbots Road estate, speaking with them about what they would like to see/do to be more active. (more…)
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