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Kate invites residents to take part in Big Conversation

 bigconvologowithkate.pngKate is inviting local residents to come and chat with her about issues which matter to them as part of her Big Conversation. 

Kate’s Big Conversations are a series of events she is hosting in February which are open to all who live and work in her constituency.

There will be a mix of question and answer sessions, themed discussions, and just a chance to come and have a chat so that Kate can hear firsthand the views of everyone locally.

Kate will be talking about everything from care of the elderly to Breixt, from educational opportunities for young people to air pollution and our local environment.

The events will be held on:

Saturday 11th February, 10.30am – 12 noon, Rainbow Café, Partington (focusing on issues affecting the community in Partington)

Wednesday 15th February, 3pm – 4.30pm, Stretford Leisure Centre main site (an event for local voluntary sector and community organisations to discuss their work and what’s needed in Trafford)

Wednesday 15th February, 7pm – 8.30pm, Stretford Leisure Centre main site (an event for the community to come and discuss Brexit matters)

March 2017 – an event for young people to discuss the issues that matter to them and a forum for the community to discuss health and social care matters will take place next month (dates TBC).

Kate said, “As your local MP, it’s my job to listen to your concerns and, where I can, answer your questions and raise issues in parliament on your behalf.

“That’s why I’m hosting a series of Big Conversations to hear from as many residents as possible about what’s affecting people across my constituency.

“The Big Conversations are on a whole range of topics, in a variety of locations, so I look forward to having a chat with as many residents as possible.”

If you’d like to attend one of these events or would like any further information then please let me know by e-mailing kate.green.mp@parliament.uk or telephoning 0161 749 9120.

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