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Join In The City's Big Conversation

Join In The City's Big Conversation

Sheffield City Council wants to hear about your hopes and concerns and is having a Big City Conversation to prove it.

They want to hear from as many people as possible, of all ages and backgrounds, from every part of Sheffield, about the issues that affect you, your communities and your city. The Big City Conversation will be a chance to tell the council (and partners who work with them) about the things you need, the things that affect you, and how you feel you can influence decisions around these issues.

An event has already been held at the Moor Market but there is a further one taking place at the Reception Rooms at Sheffield Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield S1 2HH. This will last from 6-8pm on Wednesday October 30.

It will be independently chaired by Nigel Slack and you will have the opportunity to hear from a range of national experts, local business and community groups about what they think; explore and ask questions and also have your say on what is most important to you about how the city should be run in the future.

Places are limited so if you want to go you are advised to get tickets beforehand.


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