Whose Town is it Anyway? Part 7 Resources for Community Action


Examples of involving local people in community politics and local projects.

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Year Produced: 1984
Running time: 30 minutes
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Part 7 of Whose Town is it Anyway? How local people and community groups can be assisted to get more involved in community politics and local projects. Examples shown are the Hillington Legal Resource Centre, the Easterhouse Festival Society, assisting community development on a huge housing estate in Glasgow and Coventry Workshop’s activities. Such groups often wish to be critical of authority, and their funding is then under threat.

One of a series of eight programmes focussing on the economic and political crises which faced our towns and cities and how local councils, voluntary groups and the communities most affected, struggled to make their voices heard.

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