Caledonian Ward Partnership meeting Wednesday 10 September 7pm

cally roadIf you want to praise, thank, improve or criticise something locally then this is a good meeting at which to do it.  It’s often a big ask to go out to a meeting when you get home tired from work and have struggled to get the kids to bed, but these local meetings are important and anyone can have their say.  Like  many things in life with local issues you get out what you put in.

You can find out more about Team Cally at the links below and on Facebook.   There is also a set of documents about the Cally Road including the Cally Plan on the Council website and minutes etc of previous meetings.

Message from local councillors:

Hard on the heels of Sunday’s fantastic Cally Festival, the next public meeting of the Team Cally Ward Partnership is this Wednesday, 10th September at 7pm at Jean Stokes Hall, Carnoustie Drive N1 ODX.

The Ward Partnership is an open forum where residents participate alongside Councillors, local businesses, charities and other organisations to make a difference in our area.

Come along to find out what’s happening in the ward and have your say.

The main items for discussion are:

1) update on the Cally Plan implementation
2) report on the Summer’s youth initiatives
3) feedback on the Cally Festival and plans for 2015
4) general questions to Councillors

We do hope you are able to attend. There is more information available about the partnership on the Team Cally website www.teamcally.org.uk and the Council’s official pages at www.islington.gov.uk

Cllrs Rupert Perry, Una O’Hallloran and Paul Convery

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust and Tinder Foundation.
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