Kirklees Leaders Question Time – 23 October 2018

Kirklees Question Time

Kirklees citizens will get a chance to put questions to some of our local leaders at a live Question Time style event in Holmfirth as part of Local Democracy Week 2018.

The panel will include five councillors:

  • Councillor Shabir Pandor, Leader of Kirklees Council & Labour Group Leader
  • Councillor David Hall, Conservative Group Leader
  • Councillor Cahal Burke, Liberal Democrat Group Deputy Leader
  • Councillor Andrew Cooper, Green Party Group Leader
  • Councillor Charles Greaves, Independent Group Leader

Kirklees Question Time panel
Hilary ThompsonThe panel will also include Hilary Thompson, who is the Chair of Third Sector Leaders Kirklees and Coordinator for Age UK Yorkshire and Humber Regional Company

Come along and ask your questions about the things that matter to you and your community.

 

 


How to take part

The Kirklees Leaders Question Time will be at Holmfirth Civic Hall from 7pm to 8.30pm (arrival and question submission from 6pm) on Tuesday 23 October 2018.

You can book your free place and submit your question online:

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Register to take part in the Question Time

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The Kirklees Leaders Question Time will also be webcast live and citizens can join in via twitter using #KirkleesQT.

The event is organised by Kirklees Council and will be hosted by poet and writer Rose Condo.


Local Democracy Week 2018

More free events

The Kirklees Leaders Question Time is part of a programme of events this October in and around Local Democracy Week. Other highlights include a celebration of our Inspiring Young Citizens (marking 10 years of Kirklees Youth Council), a free showing of the film “Suffragette”, exhibitions about our local democratic heritage and advice about Thinking Big by organising a local group or starting a campaign.

Events for Local Democracy Week 2018

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2 comments

  • victor a shaw

    Could one of your councilors remind the dustbin drivers are not allowed to enter a private car park. They have damaged the soft tarmac with these heavy wagons at my address. After many complaints they are still abusing the law.

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