The councilors of Citizen Participation and Culture, Nerea Martinez and Maria Ramos, respectively, met this week with representatives of neighborhood associations San José Obrero, San Juan Bosco, Ascoy and Santa Clara to track the first edition of 'Tírate the Barrio 'and start a new edition for autumn.
According to local sources, in general, the associations highlighted the "success" of the program during the months of May and June, has led various activities by the different neighborhoods, while recognizing that the reception of the same, was uneven.
Thus, the large number who had -game popular children's activities, various craft workshops, storytelling, magic-performances and concerts and monologues, compared to other less public activities such as sports highlighted.
Representatives of collective trust that attendance at these activities is increasing as the program is consolidated in future editions and increased knowledge occurs by neighbors.
Since the departments responsible also agreed to give more publicity to the various activities to achieve reach a greater number of neighbors.
It was also decided to launch the new edition of 'Get down on the neighborhood' in mid-September, including new proposals as 'Interbarrios' activities, exhibitions and others were in the pipeline in the last edition and could not be done for lack of time , committed to strengthening those that have better reception.
a period of collecting proposals for activities and initiated through neighborhood associations and design of programming an issue for the autumn of this project revitalize neighborhoods as responsible for Culture and Citizen Participation, " it is here to stay ".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza