Belonging to the PPN is a way of establishing that your group is a legitimate group. This could be important if you’re applying for grant aid and need to show you’re a real group.
Only PPN member groups have the right to nominate people onto Council committees, and to vote in PPN-organised elections.
The PPN provides its member groups with weekly information updates, covering everything from plans which are going to consultation to upcoming funding opportunities. It’s a great way to stay informed.
It costs nothing to be a member.
So, get registering!