Clare PPN is committed to working from an inclusive, social justice and anti-racist perspective and will not collaborate with or admit any group which promotes the exclusion of, or demeans any other ethnicity, culture, belief or capacity.
Clare PPN is determined to make sure that community groups can play an active role in the decisions made by Clare County Council for the county and all its people.
Clare PPN will do its best to help the County Council understand and respond to the diverse needs, objectives and ways of working of community groups.
We have representatives on the following committees.
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