East Lindsey District Council’s Street Talking Community Engagement Programme, which takes information about its service and that of partner organisations to local people, is coming to Louth.
On Friday, July 26, the team will be at Louth market where the council’s Housing Support Team, First Contact, Dog Warden, Smokefree Lincs, St Barnabas Hospice and Neighbourhood Policing representatives will be on hand to give out information and advice on their services to residents.
ELDC’s Portfolio Holder for Communities, Sandra Harrison, said: “The market stall will be packed full of leaflets and information on not only important Council services, but also on a range our partner organisations including First Contact and Local Policing Teams. The team will also welcome any queries people may have and help where possible, or at least point people in the right direction of where to go for help.
“The Street Talking initiative aims to provide residents with somewhere they can access Council information as they go about their daily routine, and also offer a chance for them to ask questions. We are always keen to hear what our residents have to say and this is another way the Council invites people to have their say at the same time as finding out about some of the services we offer.”
The Street Talking initiative offers just a snap shot of Council Services, for more information log onto www.e-lindsey.gov.uk