Residents asked to shape the future of Harpur Hill

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Have your say

PEOPLE in Harpur Hill are being invited to have their say on how the area develops at a special meeting later this month.

Hosted by Harpur Hill Residents Association and taking place on March 14 at Harpur Hill Social Club, the meeting is being run by Joe Dugdale of Rural Action Derbyshire on behalf of High Peak Borough Council.

Residents are being invited along to the meeting which will run from 7.15pm to 9.15pm, to give their views on how Harpur Hill should change and what they value. People are also asked to go along and help develop ideas for the community.

Harpur Hill Residents Association are delivering leaflets to every household in Harpur Hill between March 3 and March 7 to encourage as many people as possible to attend the Community Conversation.

During the evening there will be round table discussions to consider the good and the bad things about living in Harpur Hill; the services that are there already and the additional services people need as well as themed discussions on topics including housing, employment, environment and traffic.

To find out more, visit www.highpeak.gov.uk/neighbourhood/communityconversations.