Worcestershire County Council is coming to Kidderminster market to speak to residents this Saturday.
Councillors and council staff will be at Kidderminster Market for the final roadshow of the summer and available to answer any questions about county council services.
Council staff will be at the Market on Saturday 17 August between 9am – 4pm.
Experts will be available to speak about the improvements to Worcester Street and the new Kidderminster Train Station.
There will also be information on planning for the future so that you can continue to live independently into older age, as well as information on new company Worcestershire Children First.
The visit follows weeks of roadshows across the six districts in Worcestershire. The most recent of which was held at Wythall near Bromsgrove last weekend.
Councillor Karen May, cabinet member with responsibility for transformation and commissioning at Worcestershire County Council said: “We currently have lots of activity going on in Kidderminster with the rebuild of Kidderminster Station and work on Worcester Street. This roadshow will be a fantastic opportunity for residents to speak to councillors and council staff about these projects.
“We are also keen to speak to people in Kidderminster about preparing for older age and introduce more people to our new children’s services company, Worcestershire Children First”
The Council has held its Resident Roadshows every year since 2009 and since then the Council has used the events to have conversations with more than 10,000 people from across Worcestershire.
You can speak to the County Council at Kidderminster Market on Saturday 17 August between 9am – 4pm
For more information, please visit our roadshow page