The Future of Public Services in West Cheshire – Event

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Message from Mike Jones, Chairman of West Cheshire Strategy Board

Dear Partners,

I am delighted to invite you to attend our next West Cheshire partnerships networking event scheduled for the morning of Tuesday 16th December 2014 at Chester Town Hall from 9.15am – 1.30pm (registration from 8.45am).

As you are aware, our networking events are an ideal opportunity for a wide range of partners to hear about current topics of interest and to share ideas and have their voice heard. This event on 16th December will consider the challenges associated with public service provision in the light of the financial and demographic pressures ahead. In particular we will be looking at the impact of the journey we have already embarked on through the Altogether Better programme, and how we can take this further by making better use of our resources. We will also be hearing about the latest thinking at the national level to inform our discussions as well as highlighting some local case studies.

To book a place at this free* event, contact Lyn Brown (lyn.brown@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk ) by 10th December – also indicating if you have any special requirements (i.e. dietary, access or other). After this date, a more detailed agenda and joining instructions will be circulated to confirmed attendees.

Please feel free to cascade this invitation amongst your own networks as appropriate so that we can get a diverse range of partners in attendance.

With best wishes.

Cllr Mike Jones
Chairman – West Cheshire Strategy Board

* Whilst this event is free, a charge of £25 will be payable to help cover costs should you reserve a place and fail to attend on the day. A minimum of 48 hours notice is required if you wish to cancel your booking (once capacity is reached, a reserve list will be in operation).

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