Residents to have their say at Q&A session

PUBLISHED: 10:58 05 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:09 30 May 2010

RESIDENTS can have their say and ask questions on a number of public service topics at a discussion evening aimed at highlighting individual or group concerns on important local issues. On Thursday night (January 8) representatives from the West Essex Pri

RESIDENTS can have their say and ask questions on a number of public service topics at a discussion evening aimed at highlighting individual or group concerns on important local issues.

On Thursday night (January 8) representatives from the West Essex Primary Care Trust, the Essex County Council Road Safety Department, Essex Police and Uttlesford District Council will be present to field questions from members of the public and councillors to help set agendas and budgets for the coming year and also highlight community problems or solutions in Dunmow, Stansted, Felsted, Takeley and the surrounding villages.

The meeting - called the South Uttlesford Community Forum - is aimed as an informal chat as well as a question and answer session.

Community development officer for UDC, Sue Hayden, said: "This is an open forum discussion and an opportunity for councillors and residents to discuss specific issues affecting them."

The event is being held at Stansted Mountfitchet Mathematics and Computing College, Forest Hall Road. Doors open at 7.15pm and the meeting begins at 7.30pm.


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