The Brant Community Hub Committee (BCHC), is a group of community members and non-profit organizations that want to see the development of a hub in the Brant community. The BCHC has met regularly for years to help bring the Brant hub space to reality and is inviting all members of the Brant community to fill out a survey. The survey is asking the community to “make it their Brant community hub” and asks what type of spaces, programs or services they would like to see inside and outside of a hub. The launch of the survey offers an opportunity for all of the community to provide input. Linda Beale, representing the BCHC, and former principal of Brant Avenue School, says a hub will provide much needed services and a welcoming space for everyone. “This is a fantastic idea, a hub would provide not only programs and services, but a space for everyone to enjoy,” said Beale. “Imagine a space where people of all ages can enjoy gardening, cooking classes, yoga, programs for children and seniors, the possibilities are endless”.
The survey can be accessed online at www.brantave.org . Printed copies are also available at New Life Church Victoria Road, Big Bear Convenience store on Woodlawn Road and the Brant Avenue Neighbourhood Group 35 Algonquin. The survey closes September 12, 2016. Plans are currently underway for a community open-space September 24th at the Brant Avenue School at which time the results of the survey will be made available.
Brant Community Hub Committee