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Tarvin Online has been made aware that there is a CWaC Community Leaders' webcast this Friday and they want our opinions!

Now is the opportunity to make your views known regarding the Transport to Schools Issue and other issues affecting our Community:

Watch our Community Leaders' webcast on Friday, 28 March and ask your questions live.

The panel, which will be chaired by Stephen O'Brien MP, is made up of:
John Dwyer, Police and Crime Commissioner
Rev. David Felix, Chair of the Rural Regeneration Board
Meredydd David, Principal of Reaseheath College
Cllr Gill Clough, Trustee of Rural Community Services
Cllr Mike Jones, Leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council
Cllr Lynn Riley, Portfolio holder for Localities

Get involved

This is your opportunity to get involved. You can send your questions to the panel using:
Watch:Community Leaders' Debate webcast
Twitter: #cldebate
Facebook: www.facebook/com/cheshirewest
Email: socialmedia@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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