Brora and District Action Group (BaDAG)
Brora and District Action Group (BaDAG) is run by local residents to help improve quality of life in the village and district of Clyne. It seeks to ensure the community can influence developments which affect everyone.
BaDAG seeks sustainable economic and social development through community participation addressing a range of issues. BaDAG is now a registered charity - this means that BaDAG can operate as a non-profit making community business, supporting the district as well as attracting funding from statutory bodies, charities and donors.
BaDAG will take the lead on developing and and reviewing the Brora and District Community Development Plan 2013 - 2016 - always mindful of the need to address the needs of the community. Over the lifetime of this Plan, BaDAG will work to identify and implement self-generated revenue income to support current and future projects. The review of the Plan will take place at an Annual General Meeting - a public meeting and opportunity to receive comment and feedback from the community.
See our facebook page www.facebook.com/BroraBaDAG
Our mailing address is:
Tony Gill, Chairperson, BaDAG
c/o Brora Golf Club
Brora, Sutherland KW9 6QS
You can email us at email@example.com
BaDAG a charity registered in Scotland SC043968
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