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Get involved with Bridgnorth, Worfield, Claverley, Alveley and Brown Clee LJC

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Shropshire Council is encouraging local people to come along to their next Bridgnorth Worfield, Claverley, Alveley and Brown Clee Local Joint Committee (LJC) meeting to talk about the issues that matter to them.

The meeting will take place on Wednesday 25 February 2015 at 7pm at The Annex next to Bridgnorth Town Council offices at College House, 4 Saint Leonard’s Close, Bridgnorth, WV16 4EJ.

The local policing team will be present to provide an update on local policing and community safety issues.  There will also be an update on the commissioning of youth provision, from George Candler, Shropshire Council’s director of commissioning.

Councillor Christian Lea, chairman of the LJC, said:

“The provision of youth services at the Innage Lane Youth Centre in Bridgnorth is changing from April.  We would welcome young people who attend the current youth clubs to come along to the meeting and let the LJC know what form of youth provision they would like in the future.  There will also be an update from the newly-formed Bridgnorth Area Youth Partnership.”

This is an open public meeting, so everyone is more than welcome to attend.

For further information please contact Tracy Johnson, community enablement officer for the area, on 07990 085122 – email is tracy.johnson@shropshire.gov.uk.

Further information

Bridgnorth, Worfield, Claverley,Alveley and Brown Clee LJC covers Astley Abbots PC, Alveley and Romsley PC, Aston Botterell, Burwarton and Cleobury North PC, Badger PC, Beckbury PC, Billingsley, Deuxhill, Glazeley and Middleton Scriven PC, Bridgnorth Town Council, Chetton PC, Claverley PC, Ditton Priors PC, Eardington PC, Kemberton PC, Quatt Malvern PC, Morville, Acton Round, Aston Eyre, Monkhopton & Upton Cressett PC, Neenton PM, Ryton and Grindle PC, Stockton PC, Sutton Maddock PC, Tasley PC, Worfield and Rudge PC.