Meeting to invite residents to have their say on Gisleham’s future
- Credit: Archant
Residents in Gisleham are invited to give their views on the village at a Parish Review event this weekend.
Hosted by Gisleham Parish Council and organised in partnership with Waveney District Council, the review aims to identify people's concerns and aspirations for their community.
The event will take place on Saturday, September 9, between 10am and noon at Gisleham Village Hall.
Stephen Ardley, Waveney's deputy leader, said: 'In order for the review to be a success, we need local people to take part and have their say.
'The information provided will be collated and used to form an action plan which the council will then use to address the issues raised.'
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Graham Hunt, parish council chairman, said: 'This is an opportunity to come together and discuss topics that are important to us. I would urge people to join us and be part of how we take our community forward.'
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