Future vision event for Carlton Colville
A special 'visioning day' offering people the chance to share their thoughts on the future of Carlton Colville is being held on Saturday.
t takes place at Carlton Colville Community Centre in Hall Road from 12.30pm to 4.30pm and has been organised in partnership with Suffolk Acre, Waveney District Council and Suffolk County Council.
One of the areas up for discussion will be community facilities. The town council wants to know what locals think the best use of the Carlton Colville School site would be once the Free School moves to Beccles.
Chairman Jill Tyler said: 'We know it is important to ensure that we use this chance to get the views from the people of Carlton Colville about our neighbourhood and how they can play a part in supporting the area to be a thriving community. We would encourage people to come along, have a chat and use the opportunity to support us in developing a community plan for Carlton Colville'.
The event will be informal with various groups from the area talking about what they have to offer, including the Women's Institute, local community centres, University of the Third Age, youth groups and Carlton Colville Wildlife Trust. They will be joined by the police and local councillors.
?If any local clubs or organisations would like to be part of the day, they can contact Carlton Colville Town Council on 01502 588569 or e-mail email@example.com
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