Businesses and public to gather for Save Royston High Street meeting

12:53 14 March 2014

The latest Save Royston High Street meeting is being held on March 26

The latest Save Royston High Street meeting is being held on March 26

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The latest Save Royston High Street meeting will see businesses get advice on how to deal with the changing face of town centres.

ff Financial advisor Mark Hughes will give a talk entitled “How to keep on top in a changing town centre.”

The meeting, organised by campaigner Clive Porter, is the fourth to be held offering help and advice to local businesses, while members of the public will also get the chance to voice their opinions regarding their town.

It will take place on Wednesday, March 26, at Mello Coffee House in Angel Pavement, starting at 5.30pm for 5.45pm.

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