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Still Time to Get Involved In The Big City Conversation.

Still Time to Get Involved In The Big City Conversation.

Do you want the chance to tell Sheffield City Council what your hope and concerns about the city are? Well time is running out to take part in a major viewfinding exercise.

The Big City Conversation wants to hear from as many people as possible, of all ages and backgrounds, from every part of Sheffield, about the issues that affect them and their communities.

The following Big City Conversation events are taking place in Sheffield during January:-

10 January, 10am – 4pm at Fox Valley, S36 2AB (in the Market area)
18 January, 10am – 12 noon at St James Retail Park, S8 8BR (near Aldi)
24 January, 12 noon – 2pm at Asda, Parson Cross, S5 8NH.
25 January, 11am – 3pm at Hillsborough Exchange, S6 4HL (near Home Bargains).

If you can’t make it any of the events the Big City Conversation electronic survey takes just a few minutes to complete but please note that the survey closes on 17 January .


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