Catshill residents urged to voice concerns at walkabout

By Tristan Harris Monday 07 July 2014 Updated: 10/07 00:37

RESIDENTS in Catshill wanting to voice any concerns they have about their local area can go along to a series of Partners and Communities Together (PACT) walkabouts being held later this month.

Coun Helen Jones and CSO Sarah Harvey will be pounding the streets and talking to those living there, starting on Monday (July 14) at 10am.

That day, they will be visiting Green Lane, Aintree Close, Epsom Road, Goodwood Road, Lingfield Walk, Cheltenham Avenue and Haydock Road.

On Tuesday (July 15), at 6pm, they will be going to The Dock, Gibb Lane, Meadow Road, Woodbank Drive and Poplar Close.

On July 24 at 10am, the pair will be going to Mayfield Close, Alexander and Montgomery Close, Chadcote Way, Marsh Way, Church Road, Cobnall Road, Churchill Road, Wildmoor Lane and Bracken Grove

And at 6pm on July 30, Coun Jones and CSO Harvey will talk to residents in Stourbridge Road, Brookside Drive, Westfields, Crownhill Meadow, Hinton Fields and Dale Close.

Coun Jones said: "It's good to get out onto the streets to find out what local residents think about where they live.

"Last time we did these they proved really popular and residents took the chance to chat to us about their concerns - and what makes them proud."

Appointments can be booked by emailing Coun Helen Jones at h.jones@bromsgrove.gov.uk.

For those who can't make the dates listed, alternative times on other days can be arranged.

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