Chance to help share Norfolk’s future and meet Cliff Jordan at the same time
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People are invited to help shape the future of Norfolk when a roadshow comes to Cromer.
Attendees will be able to hear the council's suggestions, ask questions and offer ideas and aspirations for the county.
And people can quiz Norfolk County Council's leader Cliff Jordan and other senior members.
Nick Conrad, BBC Radio Norfolk presenter, will act as chairman and take questions from the audience.
Mr Jordan said: 'We have some challenges in Norfolk and I want to have an open discussion and ask our residents what matters to them most, whether it be caring for the most vulnerable, building better roads or developing housing solutions.'
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The roadshow event will run from 7pm to 9pm on Tuesday, June 12 at Merchants' Place, 16 Church Street, Cromer.
To register for the roadshow visit Norfolk County Council's website www.norfolk.gov.uk and click on 'Roadshow event' on the top banner.
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