Essex Assembly: A date for your diary

Posted on: June 27, 2019

Original content from Essex Future News

The next Essex Assembly will take place on Tuesday 17 September 2019.

We’ll be exploring how together the Essex system can unite behind a sense of identity and strengthen communities through participation.

Citizens from across Essex will share their views on; how they identity with Essex; relationships within their communities; and building trust with the public sector. Their views will be captured by the ‘in conversation with…’ programme that is taking place this Summer when senior leaders will be out and about in Essex talking to citizens.

Attendees at the September Essex Assembly will also shape plans to celebrate the county’s rich history of achievement through the lens of Essex 2020 and engage citizens in the Future of Essex narrative.

Hold the date 17 September, 12-4.30pm Chelmsford City Racecourse. Invitations will be issued shortly. For more information email [email protected]

Author: Steering Member
Categories: News

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