The next in the series of Place North West Cheshire West & Chester Development Updates will be held at the Ice Cream Factory, Bolesworth Estate in Tattenhall on 11 November.
This free-to-attend event will focus on the theme of the rural economy and examine the challenges and opportunities facing residents, villages and country estates in Cheshire West and provide an update on current development plans.
Speakers will include a senior representative from Cheshire West & Chester Council, as well as Rob Hindle, director of Rural Innovation, expert on rural matters and a consultant to Cheshire West & Chester Council, and Tom Lonsdale, of planning consultancy Placecraft and a CABE advisor.
The event, sponsored by Pochin, Places Matter!, DTM Legal and Marketing Projects, will take place from 7.30am to 9am. Following the event there will be the chance to tour Bolesworth Estate to see the premises at first hand.
This is the second in the series of four breakfasts being hosted by Place North West and Cheshire West & Chester Council and will be followed by events in Weaver Valley on 2 December and Ellesmere Port on 27 January.
More than 100 people attended the first in the series, held at HQ Chester earlier this month. A full write-up of the Chester development update will appear on Place shortly.
Register for the rural event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org