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The surgery will be taking place in the Laughing Badger Galley at 99 Plat Street Padfield, and will have no specific focus this month, with Cllr Nick being happy to hear from any local residents.
Cllr Nick Longos said “As your newly elected local councillor, you may have that one issue, concern or grumble that you want to get off your chest, and my surgery on Wednesday is the perfect opportunity”
The surgery runs from 11.00am until 12.00noon and locals are welcome to call in and just meet and have a chat even if they don’t have a particular issue or grumble to raise with the councillor.
Councillor Longos further commented “Whilst I’m new and finding my feet, don’t forget that councillors aren’t just available at surgeries and if you can’t attend my surgery I still want to hear from you and there’s a variety of ways you can get in touch – you can view those ways by going to my local party website at www.glossopdale.labourhighpeak.info for further information.”
Taking place from 10.00am until 11.30am in the central Glossop location of the Glossop Market Arcade, the shopper’s surgery will feature High Peak Borough Councillors Damien Greenhalgh and Godfrey Claff who represent Howard Town, Nick Longos from Padfield, Bob Mckeown from Hadfield South, Ed Kelly from Hadfield North and Anthony Mckeown from Gamesley, and with his other ‘hat’ on Glossop and Charlesworth County Councillor Damien Greenhalgh.
Apologies this month from Councillor Graham Oakley from Whitfield who is unavailable, but should you have any issues the other councillors in attendance will be happy to help or take details to pass on.
The ‘shoppers surgery’ has no set theme, and the councillors will be happy to answer any questions, comments and concerns that locals have. The councillors hold the surgery in the central location of the Glossop Market Arcade as it’s someone where you may be passing whilst out on a Saturday rather than you having to go somewhere special.
Cllr Anthony Mckeown commented ”Whatever the issue, if we don’t know the answer, we usually know someone that does and our monthly shopper’s surgeries so far have had a good range of issues been raised from the simple and quick to solve to those that take a little more thinking.”
He added “However if you have an issue, but you aren’t about on Saturday morning don’t forget that councillors aren’t just available at surgeries please still get in touch – but even if you don’t have an issue to raise feel free to call and say hello if you’re passing on Saturday morning.”
You can see contact details for Labour Councillors by visiting our website at www.glossopdale.labourhighpeak.info or alternatively (for all borough councillors) on the borough council’s website at http://www.highpeak.gov.uk/, and for county councillor’s at http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk
Taking place from 10.00am until 11.30am in the central Glossop location of the Glossop Market Arcade, the shopper’s surgery will feature Councillors Colin Waude and Godfrey Claff who represent Howard Town, Graham Oakley from Whitfield, Garry Parvin from Old Glossop, Bob Mckeown from Hadfield South, Anthony Mckeown from Gamesley and Glossop and Charlesworth County Councillor Damien Greenhalgh.
The surgery has no set theme, and the councillor’s will be happy to answer any questions, comments and concerns that locals have.