Resident Roadshows 2022

A group of people attending the roadshow

 

Each year we head out on a tour of Worcestershire to speak to residents at the Resident Roadshows. Visiting all six districts, we reach out to communities across the county to tell us their  views about the services we provide and about how they feel about living in Worcestershire. 


County Councillors and expert officers will be on hand to answer questions you  may have regarding the services we provide.


The County Council has been holding Resident Roadshows as a great way to engage directly with residents since 2009 and there have been conversations with more than 10,000 people from across Worcestershire.

When and where are the Roadshow taking place

Event Date Time
Astwood Bank Community Group Festival Took place on Saturday 9 July 2022 12pm to 5pm
Far Forest Show Took place on Saturday 13 August 2022 10am to 5pm
The Worcester Show Took place on Sunday 14 August 2022 10am to 5pm
Pershore Plum Fest Sunday 28 August 2022 10am to 5pm
Droitwich Saltfest Saturday 3 September 2022 10am to 5pm
Bromsgrove Market Saturday 10 September 2022 10am to 5pm
Great Malvern Farmers' Market Saturday 17 September 2022 9am to 2pm

We will be continuing our roadshows throughout the rest of the year so watch this space for more venues and dates.

 

A map showing the locations of the Road Shows in each District

 

 

Can’t make the Roadshows?

Don’t worry if you can’t make our roadshows. You can still feedback on this year’s themes by completing our short survey. Your input is valuable and anonymous and could help us shape our future priorities and services we provide.

Take part in our survey

Roadshow themes

Whilst we are out on the road, we will be on hand to talk to you  about our County Council priorities and where the part of your council tax money that comes to us is spent. There will also be top tips on how to keep yourself active and living well, for longer.

In each District we can talk you through  the major infrastructure projects and improvements that will affect you and your communities.

Want to get in touch with us?

If you want to get in touch with us you can do so: Contact us