The next Whitchurch area Local Joint Committee (LJC) meeting is taking place on Wednesday 19th October in Ash Village Hall (SY13 4DR). Doors open at 6.30pm, to give people a chance to come and have a chat with the local Councillors, and the meeting starts at 7pm.
As well as updates on issues raised at the last meeting in July; parking in the town centre and Church Street; the Agenda includes:
- an update from Shropshire Council’s Locality Commissioning Manager about the future of services in the area
- a representative from Shropshire’s Clinical Commissioning Group will be on hand to provide information on the plans for Richmond Surgery, now and into the future.
A link to the papers for this meeting can be found on Shropshire Council’s website using this link:
This LJC meeting is to provide everyone with updates and clarification on local issues raised by local people. There will be a chance to ask the speakers questions and take part in the open ‘question time’ at the end of the meeting, where you can raise any topics or concerns.
Chair of Whitchurch area LJC, Shropshire Councillor Peggy Mullock invites everyone to come along and have their say. “I am pleased that Shropshire CCG have agreed to attend the LJC meeting to talk to residents and give them the opportunity to hear about the future of our doctor’s surgery. This has been a subject very close to people’s hearts and I hope that everyone will take the opportunity to come along and hear what the CCG have to say. This is your chance to find out from the experts what’s happening and get answers to those questions that you may have. The Police will also be attending to give an update on the area news and also answer your questions. This is an open meeting with representatives from your communities on hand, we want to make this an inclusive and welcoming meeting for everyone.”
If you would like to find out further information about Whitchurch area LJC meeting please visit http://www.shropshire.gov.uk and search for the meeting. Alternatively please call the local Community Enablement Officer on 07990 085187 or 01743 252346 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.