Malvern Hills District Council Budget Consultation
Yesterday, MHDC held their annual Tenbury Roadshow, to an almost empty hall.
Tenbury Business's had been invited by an email that said.
We have a vision of a district, which has first class services and facilities, is clean, safe, healthy and prosperous and has vibrant and active communities.
As a valued member of our business community we would really like to hear your views on how we propose to spend your money in 2010/11 towards making that vision a reality.
Only two people turned up. One a Town Councillor who also runs a small business and is linked to two others, and me!
This did give us a good opportunity to discuss at length various local issues, but none that is really worth expanding on at this point.
It is a shame that despite the obvious effort of the District Council to include Tenbury in their consultations, that so few people get involved. I can only assume that either everyone is too busy, or they are entirely happy with how Malvern runs the District.
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