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Residents are invited to attend the Chew Valley Area Forum

Date published: 2022-06-08 | Category: Area Forums, Chew Valley Area Forum, Giving people a bigger say


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Residents in the Chew Valley will be able to find out how a new initiative will improve engagement with communities and deliver on local priorities using local knowledge at their next Area Forum.

The meeting, which is being held via Zoom on Tuesday 14 June at 6pm, will hear an introduction to the council’s Virtual Place teams from Jackie Clayton and Louise Morris who job share as head of Green Transformation at Bath and North East Somerset Council.

The meeting will also hear from Helen Harris, Primary Care Network manager for Three Valleys Health, who will share details of the Enhanced Access Plans.

Chris Head, chair of the Chew Valley Forum said: “We will also hear an update on support for guests from Ukraine in our meeting and anyone who is interested in finding out more is welcome to come along. It’s also an opportunity to give us your feedback and suggestions on what is going on in our area.”

Councillor Kevin Guy, leader of the council said: “The area forums are a great way for communities to share information and get feedback on new initiatives and work that is going on in their area. I’d urge residents to try to get involved and let us hear their views.”

Area forums are open to all and bring together public services, local organisations and residents to improve local engagement, encourage people to talk to each other and share their skills and ideas.  

Chew Valley Area Forum comprises the parished areas of: Chelwood, Chew Magna, Chew Stoke, Clutton, Compton Martin, East Harptree, Hinton Blewett, Nempnett Thrubwell, Norton Malreward, Publow and Pensford, Stanton Drew, Stowey Sutton, Temple Cloud and Cameley, Ubley, West Harptree and Whitchurch

The other area forums are: Bath Area, Bathavon, Somer Valley and Keynsham.

You can find more information and meeting dates on the council website.

To join the Zoom meeting on Tuesday 14 June, you will need to enter the Meeting ID: 980 2203 1079 and Password: Ss1xpuwrgr

You can watch the Chew Valley Area Forum meeting live, or at a later time, on the council’s YouTube channel

 

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