PEOPLE concerned about the direction in which Chester is heading can take part in a debate tonight (Monday, July 14).
The £10-a-head event is the brainchild of businessman David Pickering, chairman of City Centre Management, who is hosting a discussion at The Albion Inn in Park Street.
Mr Pickering chose The Albion after landlord Mike Mercer publicly raised his fears about the number of stag and hen parties coming to Chester. Sandwiches will be laid on.
Mr Pickering has invited people to speak including Queen’s Park High School headteacher Andrew Firman, Foundation Trust secretary Steve Cross from the Countess of Chester Hospital and Paul Norman of the HQ mixed development being built at the former Cheshire Constabulary headquarters.
There will be an opportunity for members of the audience to have their say.
The event – Brain-storming at The Albion Inn – fertile minds in historic pastures – is for 20 people only and takes place on Monday, July 14 from 7pm. To enquire about tickets contact David Pickering on 01244 629495.