Topsham residents invited to PACT meeting
People who live and work in Topsham can raise any concerns they may have about life in the town at a partners and communities together meeting.
TOPSHAM residents are invited to attend a meeting to raise any concerns they may have about life in the town.
A partners and communities together (PACT) meeting will be held in Matthews Hall next Tuesday, October 5, at 7pm. The PACT process gives people the chance to influence what happens in your neighbourhood.
Through the initiative, the community is able to have a say and shape services in the area, identify and communicate priorities such as anti-social behaviour and a build-up of litter with partners.
Those involved with the scheme will identify the issues that affect people the most and determine three priorities every month to be addressed.
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At the last meeting, residents were calling for an increase in the number of speed signs.
A number of people who attended the meeting, held earlier this year, felt there were insufficient signs in the town alerting motorists to the fact the area was a 20mph zone.
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