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Our Future 2017

Published, 13/10/2017

Flintshire County Council is holding a series public engagement meetings on the future. At these meetings, we will share our position, explain our plan and invite your support.
Everything the Council does is important to someone and Flintshire prides itself on being a council which performs highly for its local communities and one which is motivated by a set of strong social values.
The Leader of the Council, Councillor Aaron Shotton and the Chief Executive, Colin Everett, will for the third consecutive year, be out and about in local communities meeting with community organisations, businesses and local people, to discuss and debate the Council's plans for the next five years and the continuing financial challenges it faces.
To find out more you can register to attend one of seven public engagement events being held at venues across the County.
Although each event has been planned with certain communities in mind, don't worry if you can't make the date for your local area. Please feel free to register for the date and/or venue that suits you best. All meetings run from 6:30pm to 8:30pm:
Tuesday 24 October Ysgol Gwynedd, Flint
Thursday 26 October Ysgol Maes y Felin, Holywell
Monday 6 November Ysgol Bryn Coch, Mold
Wednesday 8 November Mountain Lane School, Buckley
Monday 13 November Sandycroft School
Tuesday 14 November Ysgol Cae'r Nant, Connah's Quay
Tuesday 21 November Broughton Primary School
Numbers are limited so please book your place now. You can do this by going to the Flintshire County Council website page at www.flintshire.gov.uk/OurFlintshire17 and booking online or you can call to register by phone on 01352 701701.


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