September 2016 Councillors Shoppers Surgery

September 2016 Councillors Shoppers SurgerySeptember 2016 Councillors Shoppers Surgery : This coming, Saturday (24th September) morning will see both the September Glossopdale Labour Councillors Shopper’s Surgery and the fifth anniversary since we started them.

The Shopper’s Councillor’s Surgery takes place as it has, on the last Saturday of the month (except December) for the last five years from 10am until 11.30am in the central Glossop location of the Glossop Market Arcade.

Available at the shopper’s surgery will be High Peak Borough Councillors Graham Oakley who represent Whitfield, Godfrey Claff from Howard Town, Nick Longos from Padfield, Bob Mckeown from Hadfield South, Anthony Mckeown from Gamesley and High Peak and Derbyshire County Councillor Damien Greenhalgh.

The ‘shopper’s surgery’ has no particular set theme, with the councillor’s happy to try and answer any questions, comments and concerns that locals have.

Cllr Anthony Mckeown said “We first started our ‘Shopper’s Surgery’ as a way to make local councillors available somewhere, you may be passing rather than you having to come to a particular venue, so if you have an issue please give us a shout if you are passing on Saturday morning.”

The ‘shopper’s surgery’ is held somewhere that you might be passing on a Saturday morning, and if you have a grumble, comments, questions or query, don’t suffer in silence or rant into the void – please let us know and where we can, together we can fix those issues.

Alternatively if you can’t attend on Saturday, Councillors aren’t just available at surgeries, and you can find ways to get in touch for Glossopdale Labour Councillors by visiting the website at www.group.labourhighpeak.info or alternatively for all other borough Councillors on the borough council’s website at www.highpeak.gov.uk, and for county Councillors at www.derbyshire.gov.uk.

If you’re not sure whether it may be something we can help with, why not try my ‘local councillor’s what can we do for you’ page by clicking here.