What’s happening in ‘inner’ West Leeds? You can join the conversation and have your say at the next Inner West Community Committee meeting in Armley.
Community committees are run by the council and hold at least four public meetings a year, where ward councillors make decisions about services and priorities for the local area.
They also host a series of workshops which consider issues that concern you and explore how you can influence decisions. Discussions at the meeting will focus on transforming the way health and social care is delivered for people living in West Leeds.
There’s also a chance to address councillors about local concerns/issues during an open forum at the start of the meeting.
A whole raft of community projects will be considered for funding from the council, including Bramley Festival, Bramley lights switch on, Kirkstall Festival, Kirkstall in Bloom, Armley Festival and a community Leader for New Wortley Community Association.
The committee covers Armley, Bramley and Kirkstall wards. To find out which ward you live in, who your local councillors are and how to contact them, enter your postcode at democracy site Write To Them for more information.
For more details about the meeting, or to speak during the open forum, contact Sarah on 0113 3367872 or e-mail email@example.com.