Public to give their views at neighbourhood council event
THE next meeting of the neighbourhood council for Gunthorpe, Paston, Walton and Werrington will look at youth services and disability issues.
The event, the third of its kind, will take place on Wednesday at The Bumblebee Hall, in the Honeyhill Community and Children’s Centre in Paston. It will start at 7.30pm.
Top of the agenda is young people and youth services in the city north area and there will be a discussion on Rock in the Park and a chance to facilitate discussion on how to improve communication between the Neighbourhood Council, local councillors and young people.
Next up will be disability issues within Werrington with the item being led by councillor John Fox.
The Community Action Plan is on the agenda with an update being given and an update on the Norwood Lane fly tipping problem will be given.
The meeting is an opportunity for any member of the public, elected and co-opted members of the Neighbourhood Council to raise anything that affects their area and to suggest items for future meetings and the annual work programme.
Leader of Peterborough City Council, councillor Marco Cereste, encouraged members of the public, business people and community groups to attend. He said: “Neighbourhood councils are becoming well established in the city and they provide a great opportunity for people to get involved in their local community. This is their chance to have their say on what they think should be the priorities for the area.”
For more information call Alex Daynes on 01733 452447.