Grimsby’s Central Hall to host new council listening event

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Council Leader, Cllr Philip Jackson and his fellow Cabinet members are going out on tour again for another of their popular listening events.

This time they will be going to Grimsby’s Central Hall, which is just off Freeman Street. On Thursday, September 22 from 5pm until 7pm you can visit the Hall, where tea and coffee, along with a chat with our most senior councillors, will be waiting for you.

This is the latest in a series of such events held and, says Cllr Jackson, they are proving a good way of giving open access to the Cabinet members for people to come along and present ideas and issues.

In the past topics raised have included rogue pavement parking, making urban cycling safer, creating community wildlife areas, getting rid of dumped rubbish, cleaning up the River Freshney, and the issues with the closure of the Suggitt’s Lane rail crossing in Cleethorpes.

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