Chance for residents to influence local priorities in Diss and Harleston

People living in and around Diss and Harleston will get the chance to help influence local priorities next week.

The next South Norfolk Neighbourhood Board meeting will be held next Wednesday, November 28, at 7pm in The Pennoyer Centre at Pulham St Mary.

The meeting will give local people the chance to speak with officers and partner agencies face-to-face, raise any issues or concerns and help influence local priorities.

The panel, made up of representatives from the police, South Norfolk Council and other partner agencies, will then decide on the priorities for the area for all partners to act upon in the next few months.

Anyone unable to attend the meeting who would like to raise issues can contact the Diss or Harleston safer neighbourhood teams by calling 101.