Tag Archives: balancing act
A Frome with a view
Somerset County Council’s public engagement roadshow will be in the market for people’s priorities in Frome later this month. The ‘Listening Learning Changing’ marquee will be at Frome Market in Justice Lane on Saturday, between 9am and 1pm. It’s seeking views as the council looks to the future while facing the challenges of rising demand […]
Council roadshow rolls into five more towns
Somerset County Council’s public engagement roadshow is heading for five more towns in September. During September, the Listening Learning Changing events will be in Bridgwater (4 Sept), Wellington (5 Sept), Wiveliscombe (6 Sept), Yeovil (11 Sept) and Frome (12 Sept), asking people for their views on the Council’s priorities and other key issues. Anyone attending […]
Asking for views in Axbridge, Taunton, Shepton Mallet, Dunster and Bridgwater
Somerset County Council’s public engagement roadshow is heading for towns in Mendip, West Somerset, Taunton Deane and Sedgemoor next month. During August, Listening Learning Changing events will take place in Axbridge (1 August), Taunton (15 August), Shepton Mallet (16 August), Dunster (21 August) and Bridgwater (22 August), seeking the public’s views on the Council’s priorities […]
On the road again: How would you balance the Council’s budget?
Somerset County Council’s public engagement events are on the road again this month as the authority faces up to the challenge of rising demand and falling funding. This is the third year the Council has run its ‘Listening, Learning, Changing’ roadshows, asking people to try their hand at balancing its budget with an over-sized set […]
Mendip: How would you balance the Council’s budget?
Somerset County Council will be on the road in Mendip this week asking residents to try their hand at balancing its budget while gathering views and priorities to help plan for future challenges. The ‘Listening, Learning, Changing’ roadshows will be visiting Shepton Mallet, Frome and Wells, asking people to give their views as the Council […]
The Balancing Act Results
Many thanks to the thousands of people who have taken the time to talk to us, taken part in surveys, visited the balancing act budget game online or had a go at our Facebook polls. Your comments are important and have helped influence council members as they make tough decisions over the Council’s spending for […]
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