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Lots to talk about at Broseley and Barrow LJC on 8 July

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Residents of Broseley and Barrow are invited to the next Broseley and Barrow Local Joint Committee (LJC) meeting on Wednesday 8 July 2015 at Willey Village Hall at 7pm.  Residents can hear about some significant matters that are up for debate in the area.

Broseley Town Council is currently in negotiation with Shropshire Council on a number of possible asset transfers, which includes the library building and the car park.

The town council has recently delivered a leaflet to residents explaining the negotiations, and the LJC meeting is another opportunity for people to come along and give their views.

Sgt Bailey of the local policing team for the area will also be at the meeting to hear residents’ concerns about policing matters.

Councillor Jean Jones, who chairs the meeting, said:

“There are concerns locally regarding anti-social behaviour and there are plans to put deterrents in place in certain hotspots. I will be interested to hear more about these initiatives and hear from local residents about their concerns.”

Broseley Youth Partnership will also be letting residents in on their exciting plans for the next Youth Day, which is due to take place at the Birchmeadow Park and Centre on Sunday 27 September 2015.

For further information on the LJC call Kerry Rogers, community enablement officer (south) on 07990 085206.