Worcestershire County Council wants to hear from you

As part of the council's summer roadshow scheme, councillors and council staff will be visiting each of the six districts to speak to people about issues in their area.
As part of the council's summer roadshow scheme, councillors and council staff will be visiting each of the six districts to speak to people about issues in their area.
Published Wednesday, 4th July 2018

Worcestershire County Council is heading to the Green Fair and Lions Fun Day in Redditch this Sunday, and wants to hear from residents.

As part of the council's summer roadshow scheme, councillors and council staff will be visiting each of the six districts to speak to people about issues in their area.

 

The roadshow teams will also speak to residents about the way they think the council's budget should be spent and feedback from these conversations will be used to inform the budget planning process in the future.

 

Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Transformation and Commissioning at Worcestershire County Council, Councillor Karen May, said: "Hearing from residents and learning what issues are most important to them, is vital when it comes to running the county council.

 

"We really value the time we have to meet people at roadshows, whether it is just listening to what their priorities are, or answering any questions they may have about their area." 

 

This is the eighth year we have been out to meet residents on our roadshows. Last year over 1,000 people visited the roadshows to have their say.

  

The Worcestershire County Council roadshow will be at the Green Fair and Lions Fun Day in Arrow Valley Park, Redditch on the 8th of July from 11am - 4.30pm.