Election hustings 17th April – Lucy Danger to chair

On Tuesday 17th April there is an election debate/question time happening in the city centre.  “Is Manchester City Council taking the right action on climate change?” will be the question before a panel of councillors and candidates.

Lucy Danger, CEO of Emerge Recycling, has kindly agreed to be the chair.  You can see a video of her here (from the long ago days of the congestion charge debate – remember that?)

The event starts at 7.30pm sharp (with stalls and mingling from 7pm) and takes place at the Friends Meeteng House, 6 Mount St, behind the Central Library.

It’s free, but gold coin donations will be much appreciated.

You can book tickets via the inevitable eventbrite page here.

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1 Response to Election hustings 17th April – Lucy Danger to chair

  1. As you mentioned the congestion charge, I was wondering what you made of Nottingham Council’s plans to tax firms parking spaces? Nottingham NHS and Nottingham Council have a travel plan in operation which Manchester City Council should take lessons from.

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