Have your say about the future of Wiltshire

By Anita Jaynes on October 10, 2015

Help Wiltshire Council rise to the challenges of 2016 and beyond, by accepting their invitation to share your views.

Wiltshire Council will be hosting a series of interactive and informative meetings throughout this month to gather opinion from the county’s population.

The council currently spends £900 million each year on more than 350 services. The changing demographics and reduction in funding from central government has meant they have had to find substantial savings which will continue into next year’s budget and beyond.

Their priority continues to be to support and assist the most vulnerable in our communities, as well as taking action to boost the local economy, safeguard and create jobs and to work with communities to help them to do more for themselves.

Cabinet members will be attending each meeting to join the discussion and they would like to hear your views and suggestions.

The meeting dates scheduled are as follows:

  • Tuesday October 20, at The Atrium in County Hall, Trowbridge 5.30pm, refreshments available
  • Thursday October 22, at Chippenham Town Hall, 5,30pm, refreshments available
  • Thursday October 29, the Guildhall, Salisbury, 5.30pm, refreshments available

Please confirm your attendance by emailing: events@wiltshire.gov.uk

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