Shoppers pick fruit, veg and councillor’s brain at Queen’s Park farmers market
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Cllr James Denselow held a surgery for residents at Sunday event
A farmers market in Queen’s Park became a lively hub for political debate as a councillor used the opportunity to chat with constituents.
Residents picking up their fresh fruit and vegetables at the market in Salusbury Road found themselves discussing a range of issues with local councillor Cllr James Denselow.
Cllr Denselow had transformed part of the market into his regular surgery, a forum for residents to meet their councillors.
Among the topics discussed included street cleaning, 20mph zones, libraries, primary school places and how to use ward working funds.
Cllr Denselow said: “There was some great weather for Sunday’s surgery in Queen’s Park Farmers Market. Thanks for all those who came along to support and to all the residents who raised a huge variety of issues
“I hope to be down the market again soon, it is really important that councillors and residents work closely together and I will continue to look to carry the debate around how the council operates to new locations”.
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Queen’s Park Farmers Market is held every Sunday at Queen’s Park Primary School in Salusbury Road.