Next Working for Royston meeting confirmed

PUBLISHED: 16:20 19 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:50 19 September 2018

A Working for Royston meeting has been organised for the town.

A Working for Royston meeting has been organised for the town.


The date of the next Working for Royston meeting for the community has been confirmed.

The group was founded late last year by Sally Webster and Carol Stanier.

Sally said: “We are a new apolitical group working on behalf of Royston town. We hope to improve communication between councillors, businesses and the general public. Updates will be provided about current issues and events.”

All welcome to the meeting on Wednesday, October 3, at 7.30pm in the ballroom of The Old Bull Inn in High Street. For more information call 07968 006018.


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