Bring your ideas for how you would like Whittlesey to be next year and beyond - workshops open to all

Have your say on the future of Whittlesey at an ideas workshop

Have your say on the future of Whittlesey at an ideas workshop - Credit: Archant

Have your say on the future of Whittlesey with workshops to talk about how to shape the town and a promise that no idea is a bad one.

Whittlesey Town Council has published its neighbourhood plan survey results and want to hear the views of residents.

A spokesman said the survey has given: “Very interesting feedback where residents responded enthusiastically to give their views across a wide range of issues, including housing, transport, community, leisure, environment and heritage.”

“Neighbourhood planning gives local communities the chance to shape potential development of all types within their area.

“The most important part of the process is to engage with residents.


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“The meetings are not just passive listening, rather engaging with others, speakers and local councillors – there is no such thing as a bad idea or silly question.

“Understanding what may be possible and making others aware of your concerns and desires could be a very productive meeting.

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“This will be your chance to contribute – the more residents attending the planned workshops, the better the parish of Whittlesey neighbourhood plan can reflect the wishes of the people who matter most - you.

“This is your opportunity to help influence decisions that will have a lasting effect on our town.”

• The workshops, called vision and objectives workshops, are on Friday October 13 at the Whittlesey Christian Church in Broad Street at either noon to 2pm, 4pm to 6pm or 6pm to 8pm.

• All sessions cover the same content but anyone is welcome at any of the times.

• Workshops are open to all residents, local businesses, voluntary organisations and local groups. No booking required.

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