Monday, 15 October 2007

Your chance to have your say

A series of consultation events starting next week will give the public a chance to have their say in helping to develop the Borough's first Sustainable Community Strategy.

Members of the Redcar and Cleveland Partnership and Redcar and Cleveland Council are drawing up the strategy which will set the vision for what the Borough will look like in the future and shape the work and priorities of all the Borough's public service providers.

Partnership Chair Professor Brian Footitt explained: "As well as consultation with stakeholders in the voluntary, community and private sector, there will also be opportunities to find out what matters to local people. We want to know what you think. What are your priorities for making the Borough and your neighbourhood a good place to live."

The 17 consultation events start on Monday, October 22, through to Friday, November 30. You can also have your say on-line, by going to the Partnership website, or the Council website.

Venues and times to have your say:

Tuesday, October 23: aboard the One Stop shop bus behind the Voyager pub, off The Avenue, Guisborough, 1pm-4pm.
Wednesday, October 24: aboard the One Stop shop bus at Station Hotel car park, Boosbeck, 9.30am-noon.
Friday, October 26: Laburnum Road library, Redcar, 12.30pm-2.30pm.
Tuesday, October 30: Skelton library, 10am-noon.
Wednesday, October 31: aboard the One Stop shop bus at Kilbridge Close shops, New Marske, 1pm-4pm and Rye Hills School, 6pm-8pm.
Thursday, November 1: aboard the One Stop shop bus near Lingdale Village Hall, 9.30am-noon.
Wednesday, November 7: North Skelton Village Hall, 6pm-7pm.
Thursday, November 8: aboard the One Stop shop bus near the Village Hall, Moorsholm, 1pm-3pm.
Friday, November 9: Brotton library, 10.30am-noon.
Tuesday, November 13: Roseberry library, Redcar, 1.30pm-3.30pm and Bankfields Primary School, Eston, 6pm-7pm.
Wednesday, November 14: Guisborough library, 1pm-3pm.
Thursday, November 15: Redcar library, 10am-11.30am.
Friday, November 16: Timms Coffee House, Skinningrove, 9.30am-noon.
Tuesday, November 20: Chaloner Primary School, Wilton Lane, Guisborough, 6pm-7pm.
Friday, November 23: Dormanstown library, 9.30am-11.30am.
Monday, November 26: Redcar library, 10am-noon.
Friday, November 30: Sainsburys, Guisborough, 11.30am-1.30pm.

For more details, log on to or telephone Tracy Calvert at the Partnership on 01642 444241.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris, lets hope the meeting on Monday 22nd October has a good turn-out!Perhaps someone like yourself might like to publisize where and when it is being held!!

Chris & Glynis Abbott said...

Apparently more venues are to be added. The dates shown above are the public sessions that had actually been confirmed in time to appear in the Council's People, Progress, Pride publication.

The consultation process starts on the 22nd October but as yet there is no public session on that day. There may well be an event for a particular group or organisation on that date.

Anonymous said...

Any chance it will be held in Coatham Bowl or leisure Centre?