Residents in Great Aycliffe and Middridge can find out how local issues are being tackled when the local area action partnership holds their next board meeting.
The Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership board will be meeting on Tuesday, January 28, between 6pm and 8pm at Oakleaf Sports Complex, and members of the public are invited to go along to observe proceedings.
Local people can also raise any local neighbourhood or policing issues that they would like the board to address. These ideally need to be put in writing and sent in advance of the meeting.
Board members will be receiving two presentations at the meeting, the first from the County Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner in relation to the Council Tax Precept for Policing, and also from the Clinical Commissioning Group in relation to their current consultations around Stroke Rehabilitation Services and Inpatient Rehabilitation Services (Ward 6 at Bishop Auckland Hospital).
Board members will also be reviewing a number of funding proposals from Councillors’ neighbourhood budgets.
Anyone who would like to attend the meeting should register in advance by ringing 01325 327441, or by emailing [email protected]
Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership is one of 14 Area Action Partnerships set up by Durham County Council in 2009.