Neighbourhood news - It's not too late to have your say in Dalton and Thrybergh

Public consultation - have your say!

At the start of the month, Councillors Baker-Rogers and Sylvester invited residents to have their say on local priorities, via a series of ‘Have Your Say Days’ in the ward.

Listening to residents and working with council officers and partners, four key priorities were identified. These priorities will provide the criteria for delivery of council services in Dalton and Thrybergh, and help councillors address the things that matter most to local people.

The four proposed priorities are:

  1. Improve facilities and opportunities for children, young people, and families
  2. Build strong, empowered neighbourhoods that value diversity
  3. Ensure neighbourhoods are safe, clean, tidy, and celebrated
  4. Contribute to the improvement of health and wellbeing of local citizens.

Input from residents is vital and it is not too late to have your say. We would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed priorities, and what you think could be done to achieve these. You can email your thoughts to Neighbourhood Coordinator, Jo Talbot at by the 30 September.


Published: 17th September 2021