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Residents can raise issues of concern at next round of community forums
12:00pm Saturday 10th August 2013 in Local
BOROUGH residents will have chance to discuss problems within their communities with councillors.
Issues can be raised at the next series of community forums, which will run between September 2 and 11.
Councillor David Sparks, leader of Dudley Council, said: “We have continued to ensure that community forums are led by local people. They decide what issues we discuss and what is important to them.
“The forums have been changed to be more user-friendly and I would urge anyone with an interest in their community to come along to their local community forum and work with us.”
Netherton, Woodside and St Andrews and Quarry Bank and Dudley Wood community forum takes place on Monday September 2 at Netherton Sports and Social Club, St Thomas Street.
On the same evening Castle and Priory, St James's and St Thomas's community forum will be at Wrens Nest Community Centre, Summer Road.
Residents of Gornal, Upper Gornal and Woodsetton will have their community forum at Lower Gornal Royal British Legion, Ruiton Street on Tuesday September 3.
Issues concerning Halesowen North and Halesowen South can be raised on Wednesday September 4 at Cornbow Hall, Hagley Street, Halesowen, and the Norton, Pedmore and Stourbridge East, Wollaston and Stourbridge Town community forum will be at Stourbridge Children’s and Family Centre, Forge Road, on the same evening.
Amblecote, Cradley and Wollescote, Lye and Stourbridge North residents will meet at Lye Community Centre, Cross Walks, Lye on Tuesday September 10, and residents of Kingswinford North and Wall Heath, Kingswinford South and Wordsley will congregate at Holy Trinity Church Hall, High Street, Wordsley.
Finally, on Wednesday September 11, the Belle Vale, Hayley Green and Cradley South community forum will be welcoming residents to Huntingtree Primary School, Bournes Hill, Halesowen, and the Nine Locks Community Centre on Hill Street, Brierley Hill, will host the Brierley Hill, Brockmoor and Pensnett community forum.
All community forums start at 6.30pm.
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