On 17 November 2017 a transport workshop brought together several organisations to discuss transport in the context of the integrated Halesworth Campus/Healthy Neighbourhood development. Campus trustees announced their intention to ensure green, flexible, accessible and affordable transport to and from and across the whole site. Walkways, seating and planting will be an important part of integrating the various elements that form the Healthy Neighbourhood development.
At this exciting time of development in the Campus Project, we are looking to strengthen the board of Halesworth Campus with two or three new trustees. As a volunteer, you will need to have time and a real commitment to the objectives of the charity Halesworth Campus. We would welcome especially individuals with skills in fund raising, administration, communication and knowledge of sports development. To express an interest and receive further details, including job description and person specification, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 6 May a joint public exhibition was held at Halesworth Library. On display were the plans for sport and fitness facilities on Halesworth Campus, and the health and care facilities to be built on Dairy Hill. It was a chance for people to see the site plans, building elevations and timelines covering all aspects of the project. They could also talk to trustees of HCL, HPFA, and Halesworth Health, and to the leaders of Castlemeadow Care, the company planning to develop the new health facilities. 170 people attended, including the two local MPs. Feedback from those attending the exhibition was overwhelmingly positive.