Following the success of last year’s Question Time event which put town leaders under the spotlight, it will return to Tamworth Assembly Rooms this autumn.
Last year almost 150 people attended the event which saw political figures, Tamworth Borough Council’s chief executive, police and Staffordshire County council representatives take part.
The event will take place at Tamworth Assembly Rooms on Monday 3rd November. And this year, the panel will be made up of Leader of the Council, Cllr Daniel Cook; Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis; Tamworth Borough Council Chief Executive Tony Goodwin and Staffordshire County Council’s Director of Public Health, Aliko Ahmed.
Chaired by the Tamworth Herald editor Gary Phelps, the event will be split into themes looking at healthier communities, safer communities and regeneration and growth.
The Assembly Rooms will open at 7pm and the Question Time event will start at 7.30pm.
Tickets for the event are free of charge and can be obtained from Tamworth’s Information Centre, located in the Philip Dix Centre. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01827 709618 to reserve a ticket. Tickets are limited to 250 for the event.
Leader of the Council, Cllr Daniel Cook, said: “I am really pleased we will once again be holding our Question Time event. It gives our residents the chance to ask questions about Tamworth and also to raise any concerns they may have.
“This event is part of our ‘Tamworth Listens’ initiative and I am looking forward to seeing lots of people at the event. We want to know what people think about where they live and work and what we, as a council, can do to improve it.”
Questions can be submitted in advance and will also be taken on the evening. Either fill in the Question Time card and send it to the freepost address.
Alternatively leave your questions below.
Or email questions to: email@example.com by the deadline of 5pm on Wednesday 22nd October.