September 29th, 2016

Rubery residents urged to have their say on local issues at PACT meeting

Rubery residents urged to have their say on local issues at PACT meeting Rubery residents urged to have their say on local issues at PACT meeting
Updated: 10:46 am, Jun 03, 2016

RUBERY residents are being urged to have their say on local issues affecting them at their latest PACT (Partners and Communities Together) meeting on Monday (June 6).

The consultation takes place at 7pm at Rubery Social Club, New Road.

The last issues which were prioritised include the removal of the damaged grit bin in Rednal Hill Lane, the poor condition of the road surface in Whetty Lane from Legion Road and damaged grass verges in Segbourne Road following the installation of new lamp posts.

Organsiers also want to hear from people interested in taking a more active part in the PACT process by volunteering to be part of the PACT committee.

Anyone interested should call PC Tim Burling at Rubery Police Station on 101 extension 66620, e-mailing him at hr.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk or by speaking to officers on the night.

Hagley and Rubery Police can be found on Twitter at @HagRuberyCops

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