Let’s have the best local services
Published Tuesday, 09 February 2010
9.30 for a 10am start - aiming to finish by 4 pm Monday 15th February Tackling Inequality in Enfield - Building on our Achievements - Highlands School, 148 Worlds End Lane, Grange Park, London N21 1QQ
As recent news reports look at inequality in the country over the last 40 years, Enfield Council is proud to announce an important public conference on inequality in local services on Monday 15th February at Highlands School in Worlds End Lane N21.
Joining forces with health, police and other public services, the council is keen to hear the views of local people to see how services can be improved.
Cllr Jon Kaye, cabinet member for equalities, said, "This is an opportunity for the public to let us know how well public organisations in the borough are performing.
"These views matter because we need to ensure that all residents can access our services easily, especially those who may have difficulty in getting to our buildings or in communicating effectively."
National speakers will be attending the conference and the day will include workshops looking at the quality of local services from the council, hospitals, doctors' surgeries, the police and Enfield Homes.
To attend this event, please contact Martin Garnar, Equalities Officer, Enfield Council on 0208 379 3113, or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
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