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Millom residents invited to elected mayor meetings

INTRODUCING elected mayors in West Cumbria is the focus of two public meetings.

The meetings will take place in Millom Rugby League Club, in Devonshire Road, on April 24, and in Captain Shaw’s School, in Main Street, Bootle, on May 12.

The events are organised by the Directly Elected Mayor ‘Time For Change’ Group and will discuss the significance of the upcoming referendum on May 22.

The group believe a directly elected mayor will give Copeland residents a greater and more democratic say on issues that affect our communities.

A drop-in session at the event in Millom runs from 6pm to 9pm with a presentation at 7.30pm and in Bootle the drop-in session runs from 4.30pm to 8.30pm with a formal presentation at 6pm.

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