People living in Pelsall will have the chance to voice their opinions on community services in a series of upcoming events.
The “Time To Tell Us” initiative is being run jointly by Walsall area partnership, Councillor Garry Perry and the Methodist Church.
It will include West Midlands Police, the anti-social behaviour team, Midland Heart Housing Group, local councillors and other organisations will be attending the event at which people can write about their concerns about the areas in which they live.
There will also be stands with public information and leaflets.
Vickie Heydon-Matterface, who represents Pelsall, Brownhills and Shelfield Methodist Churches says: “This is a fantastic opportunity for our local communities to really tell us what they think. We are interested in everyone’s views: good and bad, and understand that each individual is unique and should feel as though their opinions are valued, and that they are making a positive contribution to their local society.”
These events are being held between 10am and noon at:
- Brownhills Methodist Church – Saturday, March 5;
- Brownhills Tesco car park – Thursday, March 10;
- Shelfield Methodist Church – Saturday, March 19;
- Pelsall – Saturday, March 26.
Residents can also have their say on Sunday, March 13 at Manor Farm Community Association, Rushall, between 10am-1pm and Thursday, March 31 outside Pelsall library.