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Residents invited to Havering Community Questions

18:50 12 March 2013

Leader of the Council, Michael White

Leader of the Council, Michael White

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The next Havering Community Questions is set to take place this month.

Residents can get the chance to put their questions to a panel, which includes Leader of the Council Michael White at Langtons House in Billet Lane, Hornchurch on Tuesday March 26.

Joining Cllr White will be the borough commander, Chief Superintendent Jason Gwillim and the chair of the local clinical commissioning group, Dr Atul Aggarwal.

The meeting will be chaired by Maria Thompson from Havering College of Further and Higher Education.

The new community forum replaces the Ask The Cabinet meetings.

For more information visit www.havering.gov.uk

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