VOCAL: Environmental Forum

About VOCAL Environmental (Green & Grow) Forum

VOCAL Environment Forum was established in November 2017 and aims to create a cleaner and greener City. 

It brings together voluntary, community & social enterprise (VCSE) groups working or interested in creating a cleaner and greener City in SalfordIt provides representation of the interests and views of VCSE organisations working in Salford and represents these views to Salford Strategic Partnership and commissioning bodies as agreed by the Forum.   It also provides a peer support network of smaller community growing groups, friends of groups and other oudoor based activities.  Each meeting also incorporates a site visit to members projects to enable the forum members to work more closely together

Objectives

  • To provide broad ranging representation of the views and interest of VCSE organisations working to create a cleaner and greener environment within the City of Salford
  • To represent the views of VOCAL Environment Forum membership and ensure that the environment is considered within all of the City’s strategies
  • To ensure that the VOCAL Environment Forum membership organisations expertise and diverse experience fully informs green space transformation and commissions

Meetings

The full VOCAL Environment Forum meets 3 imes per year.

Membership

Membership is open to VCSE Organiations working in Salford

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Salford CVS & Volunteer Centre
Registered address 
The Old Town Hall 
5 Irwell Place 
Salford, M30 0FN

Tel: 0161 787 7795 
Email: office@salfordcvs.co.uk

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Salford CVS is the city-wide infrastructure organisation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector; providing specialist information, advice, development support and opportunities for influence and collaboration.

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