Leeds City Councillors are inviting residents to a workshop to discuss how we make our communities safer in South Leeds.
The Inner South Community Committee, made up of the ward councillors from Beeston & Holbeck, City & Hunslet and Middleton Park wards meet regularly in the area and hold workshops with residents on various issues such as traffic or the environment.
At their meeting on Wednesday 7 September, Councillors are inviting you discuss your safety concerns. Members of the Police and the anti-social behaviour team along with Stop Hate UK will be on hand to explain their work.
Refreshments will be served from 6:30pm and then presentations, question and answer sessions and discussion will start at 7pm. The workshop will finish at 8:30pm.
Before the workshop the Committee will meet at 5:30pm to discuss its formal business, which is open to the public. You can the agenda and meeting papers on the Leeds City Council website: democracy.leeds.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=996&MId=7566&Ver=4
Drawing activities will be available for children for those residents with childcare needs.
The meeting is being held at Hunslet Methodist Church on Telford Terrace, Balm Road, LS10 2HR.
For more information contact the South East Area Support Team on (0113) 378 5808 or email: email@example.com
This post has been amended to correct the timing of the formal committee meeting.