The TMSTH Area Forum was setup for YOU, the local residents to air views, raise issues and attend meetings about the development of the area in which you live.

The area forum has a committee of local residents who meet on a regular basis.

If you would like to become a committee member e-mail: info@tmsthareaforum.info.

The committee members organise public meetings which are currently held 3 times a year and these meetings give you the opportunity to discuss any local issues and listen to invited speakers. However, if you are unable to attend the meetings, you can still contact us to raise any concerns you may have.

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The "Big Society!"

Through the Localism Bill, the Government plans to give communities more power to control their own environment.

The Throop, Muscliff, Strouden, Townsend and Holdenhurst Area Forum is a voluntary, non- political, non-partisan platform for local people to have their say.

New Committee Members Needed

Do you love your home and local area?

Could YOU help support our beautiful area by volunteering for the Committee?

We hold 3 Public Meetings a year and need more help to keep this well-respected Forum vibrant.

Come to Forum and speak to any Committee Member. Email: info@tmsthareaforum.info

TMSTH Area Forum aims

> TMSTH Area Forum is a non-political, non-partisan platform for Forum Members to make their views known and discuss issues affecting them. All Forum Members have equal rights, irrespective of age, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation.

> TMSTH Area Forum will encourage community participation in the actions and policies of Bournemouth Borough Council, Regional and Central Government and other organisations, by identifying local issues, providing access to information and ensuring all sides are fairly represented.

> TMSTH Area Forum will collate the collective opinions within Forum and take them forward to Local, Regional and Central Government and other organisations, as determined by the Forum.

> TMSTH Area Forum will maintain strong links with local Councillors, Council Departments and Officers, Member of Parliament and representatives of other organisations, to ensure a two way flow of information.

> TMSTH Area Forum will work to improve links with public sector partners, e.g. Police and Safer Neighbourhood teams, Fire and Ambulance Service and to promote public service information.

Please read our Constitution

If it's happening, it's happening in your area and it's happening now!