Brian Riley and the Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership (GAMP) team are currently looking for two new board members from the public representative sector.
This is an exciting opportunity for residents from Great Aycliffe and Middridge area who have a keen interest in the local community to join a dynamic and proactive Board, who have successfully delivered a number of projects throughout the Great Aycliffe and Middridge area since our formation in June 2009.
The role itself is not onerous; in terms of time commitments, there is a requirement to attend a Board meeting every two months, and preferably to have input to at least one of our Task & Finish Groups if you can, but really it’s about sharing your valuable local knowledge and being passionate about your community – helping to make a difference in our area.
To become a Public Representative on the GAMP Board you must; live, work, volunteer or be educated within the Great Aycliffe and Middridge area and must be over the age of 16.
GAMP Co-ordinator Riley, pictured above, said: “The work of the partnership is driven by the support and enthusiasm of the Board. The two vacancies represent a good opportunity for someone to become directly involved and make a difference in our local community.”
Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership (GAMP), was set up in 2009 in conjunction with local stakeholders and funded by Durham County Council.
Interested parties have until 5pm on Monday 17th August – call 01325 327441 or email [email protected] for more details.