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Residents encouraged to 'Ask the Leader' at event to be held in Bradford on Avon

Wiltshire Council is continuing to host its series of community events across the county where people can ask questions to find out more about the work of the council.

Published 29 April 2024

Wiltshire Council is continuing to host its series of community events across the county where people can ask questions to find out more about the work of the council, with the Leader of the Council having visited 12 of Wiltshire's 18 community areas so far.

The next event takes place at Bradford on Avon Library on Monday 13 May from 6pm to 7.30pm.

People are encouraged to ask any questions about the council, its objectives and priorities, and the challenges ahead. The events are an opportunity to put questions directly to the Leader of the Council, Cllr Richard Clewer, and hear his thoughts and plans for the future.

Previous events have taken place in Chippenham, Devizes, Westbury, Trowbridge, Salisbury, Southern Wiltshire, Calne, Melksham, Warminster, South West Wiltshire, Malmesbury and Corsham.

Cllr Richard Clewer, Leader of Wiltshire Council, said: "Thank you to everyone who came along to the Corsham Ask the Leader event earlier this month. A wide range of local and countywide issues were raised and it was really valuable to hear people's ideas and concerns and discuss potential solutions which I will now take forward.

"The next event takes place in Bradford on Avon on 13 May and I would encourage residents to come along and ask me any questions and find out more about the work we are doing.

"I have visited 12 of Wiltshire's 18 community areas so far, and although there are some common themes that we are prioritising, these events have been a great opportunity to tackle issues that are unique to each community area and ensure our priorities reflect those of local communities.

"If people can't make the event but would still like to ask a question, they can submit it in advance to communications@wiltshire.gov.uk."

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