Exeter City Council’s Vision Forum, a conference about environmental challenges facing Exeter has been rescheduled.
It will now take place at 6.30pm on Thursday, June 17 at the Guildhall, instead of the original date of Tuesday, April 20.
Rob Varley, operations and services director for the Met Office, will be acting as host for the event. He said: “Events like this are vitally important as they offer a chance for everyone, members of the public, community groups, politicians and environmental experts to get together and talk about issues. The problems we face need to be addressed by people working together, not in isolation.”
The evening will begin with a presentation by Rob, setting out some of the environmental problems that Exeter could face over the next 30 years. This will be followed by round table discussions on specific issues, such as recycling, sustainable food and wildlife.
Anyone who wishes to attend should complete a short registration form at www.exeter.gov.uk/forum or contact Rob Simmonds, Consultation Officer on 01392 265891.
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