Councillor Jeremy Goslin

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Party: Labour

Ward: Peverell

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Contact information

Email:  Jeremy.goslin@plymouth.gov.uk

Bus. mobile:  07511344635

Twitter :  @jeremy_goslin

Facebook :  www.facebook.com/LabourPeverell

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Committee appointments

Term of Office

  • 03/05/2018 - 05/05/2022

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

 

 

 

Community Grants 2021/22

Description

Amount  

Sep-21

£456.00

To support with the replacement of children's play equipment in Weston Park Road playpark. This will provide the children and families that use this park with a new stainless steel slide to which will be hardwearing and fire-resistant.

£456.00

Grand Total

£456.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2020/21

Description

Amount  

Jul-20

£500.00

To donate to the Crowdfunding page - Jack Leslie Statue Campaign

£500.00

Mar-21

£2,000.00

A donation to Plymouth Centre for Faiths and Cultural diversity to provide educational materials for their workshops on different cultures and faiths which aim to promote diversity and tackle discrimination.

£500.00

To support the Plymouth Tree Challenge to increase the tree canopy cover across the City of Plymouth.

£1,500.00

Grand Total

£2,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2019/20

Description

Amount

Feb-20

 

Support Central Park Parkrun by providing start-up funding and make the event accessible to all whilst promoting health and wellbeing.

£750.00

To support with the renewal of outdoor play facilities such as climbing unit, swings, football goals at Burleigh Manor park.

£1,000.00

Mar-20

 

Community money for community tree planting project within Peverell ward. For this project, we will be working with the Green Estates team to engage with residents, stakeholders and local community groups to plant trees in priority areas and enhance the canopy cover of ward Peverell. This work contributes to the Plymouth Tree Challenge which seeks to deliver the principles Promote, Protect, Care, Enhance, set out in the Plan for Trees and is an ‘Immediate Action’ in the Climate Emergency Action Plan.

£1,500.00

To support the Respect Festival 2020, with the help of hiring resources and materials to host the event.

£250.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00