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If it's local be vocal logoWard and neighbourhood forums

We are committed to giving people the chance to express their views and to know that those views are listened to and respected. An integral part of this process is the ward forum - but what do you know about them?

Ward forums are informal meetings where you can talk directly to your councillor and -

  • express your views about council services
  • raise issues that are important to the local community
  • share ideas on how to improve the area where you live
  • hear and talk about new council policies for the area
  • get feedback on actions from previous meeting

Anyone can attend these meetings – it doesn't matter if you live in council property, rented accommodation or own your own home. Ward forums are for local residents and businesses to discuss local concerns with ward councillors, council officers and, when appropriate, representatives from other organisations such as the police and fire and rescue service. The chair can also invite guest speakers to the meeting.

Ward forums are your opportunity to have a say in what happens in your area and influence decisions. To ask questions of your elected members, council officers and other representatives, and to hear their answers.

You talk - we listen

A record will be kept of any action taken and the outcome reported back to the next meeting.

If there is an issue that you think should be discussed at the meeting, please let us know. We can then arrange for it to be discussed at a future meeting, with a representative from the relevant organisation.

If you have an issue or want more information please contact your local area team -

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Tel: 01482 300 300

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