Crewe residents to have say on green spaces

Cheshire East Council is inviting people to attend a workshop that looks at improving parks and green spaces within the town.

The council said the area assembly meeting is being organised by a local area partnership made up of a range of partners with a shared goal of delivering improved outcomes for individual communities.

The LAP partners include Cheshire East Council, Cheshire Police, Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service, town and parish councils, housing associations, health and education providers and the community and voluntary sectors.

Cllr Rachel Bailey, cabinet member with responsibility for safer and stronger communities, said: "Area assemblies are open to anyone who has an interest in making their local community a better place to live.

"They offer people the opportunity to find out more about the work of the LAP and to tell us about community matters and concerns.

"Crucially, they give local residents the power to influence issues which are important to them, underpinning our commitment to giving the people of Cheshire East more choice and control about services and resources."

The meeting in Crewe will look at the restoration of Queens Park, amongst other topics, and is being held on Monday 6 December, from 6pm-8.30pm, at Crewe Alexandra Football Club in Gresty Road.

  • The council said area assembly meetings are held quarterly and further information about LAPs and area assemblies can be found Cheshire East Council's website

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