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Brentford Voice hold another meeting aiming to bring about positive change


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After as many as eighty residents attended the Brentford Vision meeting at the Holiday Inn on 15 March, Brentford Voice is looking for similar enthusiasm for its ‘Local Conversation’ event.

It is taking place at Brentford Free Church, Boston Manor Road on Tuesday 29 March between 7.00 and 9.00 p.m.

Brentford Voices says, “The Local Conversation will seek to develop some of the issues that were raised on 15th March and to identify any other matters of concern. Our conversation will belong entirely to the community and there will be no input from council officers. We hope that the outcome will be the identification of specific actions that are needed in Brentford.

“It's worth bearing in mind that the local elections are coming up on 5th May, and that our conversation may assist in framing questions directly to candidates when they turn up on your doorstep.

“In the meantime, please email us at info@brentfordvoice.co.uk with a little bit of background on any issues that you believe should form part of our conversation.

“It would be helpful, as an aid to organising the meeting, if you would confirm by email that you are expecting to attend.”

If you were unable to attend the meeting at the Holiday Inn a video of proceedings is available here.

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March 25, 2022

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