The Stockport Lib Dem “Focus” team is encouraging residents who live in the town centre to play a part in deciding where taxpayer’s money is spent locally at a community meeting on 30 July.
The Council works in partnership with the local Police and other bodies to provide the ‘You say, we pay’ scheme, which gives residents the chance to decide how money should be spent to improve their community.
After successful events in Brinnington and Adswood, residents of the town centre will now have a chance to have their say on how thousands of pounds of public money is spent.
Residents attending the event will use an interactive voting system to decide which projects they think will benefit the community most
The ‘You say, we pay’ event will be held at Stockport Baptist Church, (Thomson Street, Stockport, SK3 9DR), from 10.00am to 2.00pm on 30 July.
Lib Dem Councillor Mark Weldon, said: “This will be the tenth ‘You Say, We Pay’ event held in Stockport, but the first in the Town Centre. Previous events have proved extremely popular with residents as they are a great opportunity for people to decide how money should be spent in their community.”