‘Have Your Say’ in Duffield

People in the Duffield and Belper areas of Amber Valley are invited to have their say about what is happening in their patch, by attending the forthcoming ‘Have Your Say’ event.

This event gives people the opportunity to meet with the Borough Council’s Cabinet members to discuss matters of local interest on Wednesday, 7 October 2015 from 6pm until 7pm at the Sixth Form Centre, Ecclesbourne School, Wirksworth Road, Duffield.

There will be an opportunity to discuss matters individually, take part in the public ‘Question and Answer’ session, or you are welcome to just turn up and listen!  The Borough Council’s Cabinet meeting will then follow from 7pm and you are welcome to stay for this also, if you wish.

Further details on the ‘Have Your Say’ event can be viewed on the Council’s website at www.ambervalley.gov.uk/haveyoursay


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