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Speeding traffic on agenda at Armley Forum – Bramley Forum cancelled

Traffic issues in Armley are up for discussion at the next Armley Community Forum meeting.

Ongoing problems with speeding traffic along Stanningley Road and Armley Grange Drive can be discussed with a council highways officer in person before the meeting at 6.30pm.

The forum runs on Tuesday 16th May 2017 at 7pm in Armley Library.

A crime reduction officer will also be present to field questions about crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.

The forum will also have news from the All Together Armley community group and Community Central CIC, who will be letting you know about some great events which are being held in Armley this summer and how you can get involved.

Bramley and Stanningley Forum

The next Bramley and Stanningley Forum meeting, which was due to be held on Thursday, June 8, has been cancelled due to the general election.

Forum dates for the rest of this year will be as follows:

  • Thursday 6th July 2017
  • Thursday 28th September 2017
  • Thursday 30th November 2017

The venue will be the Eric Atkinson Centre in Wellington Gardens.






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