Queen’s Park councillor will hold a surgery at a Farmers’ Market tomorrow
Cllr James Denselow will man a stall at the award winning event in Salusbury Primary School
A Queens Park councillor will be holding a surgery at an award winning Farmers’ Market tomorrow (Sunday).
Cllr James Denselow, will be holding his regular surgery at the market in Salusbury Primary School.
He told the Times: “In addition to picking up some organic vegetables and ingredients for the Sunday Roast, residents will be able to catch up on local issues ranging from the campaign for better protection against basements, updates on Ward Working money and challenges ahead in the new Brent budget.”
Cllr Denselow, will be available from 10am till 2pm manning a stall with local volunteers.
This is the second initiative Cllr Denselow has implemented in an effort to engage with residents after previously launching an online surgery and designing a running top highlighting his availability.
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