Tenby, UK - The Tenby Town Council Community Forum is providing community members with a unique opportunity to have their say on local issues.
Happening on Monday, June 19, 4.30pm, in Greenhill School Assessment Suite, members of the public are invited to voice their perspectives and opinions on topics that the Town Council has already considered. Participants can also present suggestions on things they want the council to mull over.
This event aims to provide a platform for honest discourse and encourages open-minded discussions that welcome different perspectives. The organisers advise that individuals, as well as community groups, can attend. By coming together to discuss, local residents help the council consider issues that it can deal with and others that need to be passed on to the appropriate officers of Pembrokeshire County Council.
Anne Draper, Community Engagement Officer, said: "I am proud to be part of something that brings the local community together. We need to come together to make our voices heard by the council."
Tenby Town Council Community Forum is a platform for residents to learn more about the work done by the town council and Pembrokeshire County Council. Its goal is to generate an open dialogue and advocate for collaboration between the community and Tenby Town Council on various concerns.
The forum encourages participants to practise qualities such as patience, mindfulness, acceptance, and openness to facilitate knowledge sharing and learning.
The Tenby Town Council Community Forum welcomes everyone to present their perspectives, enjoy thought-provoking discussions and be part of this community event. Get involved and make an impact in shaping the future of Tenby.
Contact: Anne Draper