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By Arena Webteam - 4th September 2012 4:13am
3rd September 2012 saw the second open meeting held at the Village Hall and where residents of the community saw the outcomes of the Church Minshull Community Questionnaire.
Kerry Bannon, CM Vision Group Chair, opened the meeting by thanking the attendees for such a fantastic turn out and introduced John Heselwood and Jeannie Gardiner from Cheshire Community Action. John discussed the headline themes from the questionnaire that were of most concern to the respondents. These were:
- High Traffic Speed & Volume;
- Highway, Pavement and Footpath conditions;
- Lack of a Communal Space and
- Poor Broadband Service.
Energised by his presentation the attendees convened into four break-out groups to discuss and debate these four themes in greater detail.
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