Got a question about how Crawley is run? Grab one of the remaining spaces at Crawley Question Time!
The popular event, run by Crawley Borough Council, returns on Thursday, March 9 at 7pm at the Civic Hall. Members of the public can question councillors and other community figures about the issues in the town that metter to them.
Confirmed panellists include leader of the council, councillor Peter Lamb, councillor Michael Jones, cabinet member for Public Protection and Community Engagement and Dr Amit Bhargava from Crawley Clinical Commissioning Group.
Popular policing figure Superintendent Dave Padwick, who served as Police Commander for Crawley division until moving to East Sussex recently, will also be appearing.
There are no set topics so attendees can raise any areas or concerns such as community safety, health, council issues or matters relating to the economy.
But places are running out...
With fewer than 20 spaces remaining, now is the time to reserve your seat online.
Councillor Lamb said: “It’s great to see that Crawley Question Time is proving popular with the public. The event is a great opportunity to ask questions and raise issues in front of the town’s decision-makers.
“Please register now to reserve your place.”
Other confirmed panellists include councillor Duncan Crow, leader of the opposition, Charlie Arratoon, director of Crawley Open House, and Laiba Baig from Crawley Young Person’s Council.
Can’t make it on the night? No problem. Our reporter will be broadcasting the event live on Facebook.
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