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Little Gomersal Community Association

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  1. The aims of the Little Gomersal Community Association are:
    - To enhance the community spirit in Little Gomersal
    - To provide a safe and pleasant environment in which to live
    - To involve residents in actively supporting the LGCA and its activities.

    We meet on the first Monday of each month at 7.30pm.


Contacts

Jon Hanson
Chairman

Organisation last updated

  1. 23 April 2019

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Venue

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News

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Gomersal and the Great War

  1. The summer of 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One which claimed the lives of over 16 million people and had an impact on the lives of everyone across the globe.

    The Little Gomersal Community Association in partnership with Gomersal Moravian Church has been awarded a grant from the Community First Fund for a project to research the impact WWI had on Gomersal.

    The project will involve researching the Gomersal men who fought and died in the War and will lead to the creation of a touring display and information booklets.

    Those interested in being involved in the project contact Joanne Catlow - joanne.catlow@yahoo.co.uk

  2. 23/04/2019

History

  1. Since its incepton the LGCA has:
    - Organised an Annual May Day Fayre (since 2000)
    - Gained grant aid to construct the planting feature in Town Hill Square
    - Christmas Tree and Lights in the Village and holds an annual Carols round the Tree event
    - Planted over 10,000 bulbs around the Village
    - Provided seating and litter bins in the Park
    - Run successful Family Picnics in the Park

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