THE NEXT Rubery Community Meeting is being held to enlighten residents on how they can work together to bring about the change they want for the village.
The event, which will be held at St Chad’s Church at 7pm on Thursday (October 8), will feature a variety of topics.
Among them will be how to get things done, listing priorities for the village, an overview of community participation and identifying task groups and people willing to undertake tasks.
There will also be the forming of a committee, details of training, the creation of a community action group and the identification of possible funding sources.
The chair for the evening will be businesswoman Barbara Willis-Brown who owns Scissor Stitch.
She said: “This meeting is the first stage of the process of getting local voices heard.”