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16/10/2019
Stourbridge residents invited to ask the Mayor of the West Midlands about what matters to them

Members of the public will have the opportunity to quiz Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street in Stourbridge.

The Mayor will be holding his latest ‘Ask Andy’ public session at Wordsley Community Centre, Wordsley Green, Stourbridge DY8 5BN, on Thursday 7th November from 6.45pm to 7.45pm.

He said:

“This is your chance to ask me about the progress we are making as a region in strengthening communities by transforming transport, homes, employment and skills.

“These are exciting times for the West Midlands and I want as many people as possible to be there at Wordsley Community Centre.

“I’m keen to hear about what matters to local residents and the wider West Midlands community, so that we can continue to work together to improve people’s lives.”

Click here for more information and to book your place at the ‘Ask Andy’ session.

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