There’s a lot of change ahead for public services and Denbighshire County Council is keen to hear your ideas on what’s important to you, and to discuss with you what needs to change in your local area.
This summer Public Services will be arranging a number of events in local communities to hear what you think.
- What is working well for you now in your local community;
- Your hopes and aspirations for the future;
- How we can build on what is working well now and make this future a reality;
- What might get in the way of these things happening?
To take part in this conversation, register to take part in one of our sessions. Open public sessions will be taking place on:
Thursday 7 July, Trefnant Village Hall
Tuesday 12 July, Carrog Village Hall
Wednesday 27 July, St Melyd’s Golf Club, Prestatyn.
Refreshments will be provided at 6pm before the start of the meeting at 6.15pm.
If you’d like to attend, please register your interest by email@example.com, or calling on 01824 706291. This helps us greatly with planning the sessions.
Alternatively, you can share your thoughts on the above questions by visiting the Council’s website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk/consultations; by calling the Strategic Planning Team on 01824 706291, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill in a form at your local library.
We really appreciate your involvement and interest. Your feedback will help us to shape what communities might look like in the future and what we need to do to make this happen.