Catcliffe residents get a chance to consider ward plan
By Antony Clay | 04/10/2017
PEOPLE living in Catcliffe had their say on a plan to determine councillors' priorities.
An engagement event organised by Friends of Catcliffe, Brinsworth and Catcliffe History Group, Tinsley History Group and Rotherham Heritage Services.was held at Catcliffe Memorial Hall on September 30.
Liberal Democrat councillor Adam Carter said: “It’s very important that local residents have their say on how our area moves forward.”
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