Trudy Harrison will be hosting charity coffee mornings with local councillors, elected members and community leaders, offering residents the opportunity to raise their issues or concerns.
Trudy will be joined by local elected members for ‘Saturday Chataway’, providing Copeland constituents with the chance to raise any concerns with their Member of Parliament as well as their locally elected councillors and community leaders.
Proceeds from the monthly coffee mornings will be donated to local Cumbrian charities.
Mrs Harrison, said: “Saturday Chataway is an opportunity to get all councillors and community leaders working together to help our local constituents with all manner of local issues they may wish to raise, whilst helping raise some funds for our many, well-deserving charities.”
Upcoming Saturday Chat-Away dates:
Saturday 3rd February - 10am - 12pm – Adams Memorial Hall, Frizington
Saturday 3rd March - 10am - 12pm - Crosthwaite Parish Room, Keswick
Saturday 7th April - 10am - 12pm – Parton Village Hall - Parton
Saturday 12th May - 10am - 12pm - Pensioners Hall, Millom
Saturday 9th June - 10am - 12pm - St Bees Village Hall, St Bees
Saturday 7th July - 10am - 12pm - Egremont - Venue to be confirmed
Saturday 4th August - 10am - 12pm - Seascale Library, Seascale
Saturday 1st September - 10m - 12pm - Cleator Moor - Venue to be confirmed
Saturday 6th October - 10am - 12pm - Church Room, Braithwaite
Saturday 3rd November - 10am - 12pm - Richmond Community Centre, Hensingham
Saturday 1st December - 10am - 12pm - Captain Shaw's School, Bootle