We’ll be holding more drop in sessions in 2020, and have been reflecting on our sessions last year.
We completed seven drop-in sessions at the end of 2019. We had over 130 people join us to discuss the project, their hopes, concerns and ideas. Thank you to everyone who participated.
We apologise for the short notice of these sessions and would like to reassure you that there will be many more opportunities to take part in shaping the project in the coming months.
We have two drop-in sessions happening soon:
- Friday the 24th January between 15.00 and 18.00 in the Machinations Centre, Llanbrynmair
- Wednesday 5th February between 15.00 and 18.00 in Y Ganolfan, Aberhosan
Details of any other sessions will be on our website.
If you’d like us to hold a session or a talk in your community please do get in touch with Sian Stacey our Community Engagement Coordinator.
We’ll be getting a full summary of the key themes and discussions which were raised during these sessions on our website soon.
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