Community meetings to start again in Fareham

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COMMUNITY issues will be on the agenda as a round of meetings gets under way.

Fareham Borough Council is holding its Community Action Team (CAT) meetings once again, stating in the western part of Fareham on Monday, June 1 at Brookfield Community School from 7pm until 8.30pm.

At this meeting, council leader Sean Woodward will give a presentation looking back at the last year and at some of the initiatives happening in Fareham.

Residents will get the chance to ask him questions about what’s going on in the local area.

There will also be an update from the local police.

Cllr Woodward said: ‘I would encourage residents to come along to the meeting to raise any issues or concerns they might have with their local area and to talk to their local councillors.’

More information about the meetings can be found online at fareham.gov.uk/cats or by emailing cats@fareham.gov.uk

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