You are invited to Tidworth Area Board meeting

16th September 2019, 9:05pm | By richardrogers |

Tidworth  Community Area Board Meeting

Monday Sep 23rd, 7pm

Ludgershall Memorial Hall, Andover Rd, Ludgershall, Wiltshire, SP11 9LZ

You are invited to join us as we meet to discuss local issues, influence the development of our communities and share news together.

We have an exciting and interesting mixture of topics to discuss.

Jo Cullen (NHS) and Christine Williams (Local Surgeries) will be there to discuss the latest situation regarding the surgeries in our area. This will be followed by a series of short presentations and then wider discussion around developing better community. Speakers include the Rev Tim Launden and Hannah Gray from Parkinsons

Sarah Gregson from Salisbury Museum will be sharing about an excellent local project working with young people identified by the Wiltshire Council Youth Offending Team to help them learn new skills and do positive activities.

There will also be updates from partner organisations, a chance to hear about a number of local projects and time to share, mingle and ask questions.

Coffee and Tea will be available and we hope that you will be able to join us.

Papers and more information can be found at

https://cms.wiltshire.gov.uk/ieListMeetings.aspx?CId=176&Year=0

 

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