Do you have a burning issue that you’d like to share? Would you like to get involved in decisions that effect your community?
Launched by Central Bedfordshire Together in January 2011, Let’s Talk Together community meetings are for local residents to come along and speak to the organisations who supply public services, share views on local issues and help shape community safety priorities.
The next event will take place on:
Tuesday 22 March 2011 – 7-9pm
Toddington Fire Station, Dunstable Road, Toddington, Beds. LU5 6DR
The meeting will be chaired by Councillor Tom Nicols from Central Bedfordshire Council.
There’s no need to book, just drop in when you can. For the first half of the meeting public service providers will be on hand to answer your questions. In the second half of the meeting we will set the local community safety priorities for the area together.
Please come along and tell us what matters to you!
Councillor Richard Stay, Deputy Leader of Central Bedfordshire Council, said: “The Let’s Talk Together meetings are taking place as we work with reduced budgets and face difficult decisions about how services will be run on the future.
“We need to have meaningful conversations with our residents about the issues that impact their lives and their priorities, hopes and concerns.
“I hope as many people as possible will be able to come along to the meetings to find out more about our work, have their say on the issues that matter to them and help us to set our priorities for the future.”
What have people been talking about?
Why not visit our Let’s Talk Together pages to see what people have been talking about?
For further information contact Sarah Hughes, Community Engagement Manager, Central Bedfordshire Council.