Event invites people to help shape future economy of Reepham area.

PUBLISHED: 11:44 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:44 29 January 2013

People living in the Reepham area are being asked to visit a session to give their views on its economic future.

The Reepham Town Team, made up of representatives from Reepham Town Council, Broadland District Council and other local stakeholders and groups, is pulling together a strategy for the town and its hinterland with help from Ingham Pinnock Associates.

It will look at how the team can support the community and businesses to continue to prosper and flourish.

To inform the strategy a consultation event is being held on Saturday from 10am until 1pm in the Bircham Centre, Market Place, Reepham.

Organisers would like as many people to attend as possible from the town and surrounding area to help them identify the strengths and weaknesses and discuss issues they feel are important.

It is part of wider consultation and research being undertaken, which will result in a set of practical recommendations and projects that can be delivered to help Reepham and its surroundings continue to prosper and flourish.

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