Faisal Rashid, MP for Warrington South, recently hosted a meeting with representatives from parish councils in the south of Warrington South constituency.
Representatives from Appleton, Grappenhall and Thelwall, Lymm, Stockton Heath, Stretton and Walton parish councils attended the meeting.
Faisal called the meeting at his constituency office to discuss local issues and to offer his help to try to tackle them.
During the meeting a variety of issues affecting each of the Parishes were discussed. Faisal vowed to help address the issues wherever possible.
Discussion points included problems with litter and anti-social behaviour, housing and concerns about flooding.
A number of action points came from the meeting, and Faisal and his team are now working to address these.
“The meeting was a great opportunity to discuss and get a better understanding of community issues from across the south of the town. It was a very positive and productive meeting. I took away a number of actions and I have been working hard to try to tackle these on behalf of my constituents.”
“I have pledged to be an accessible MP and as part of this commitment I will also be meeting with Great Sankey and Penketh Parish councillors, community representatives and councillors from across Warrington South, to ensure that I represent every corner of the constituency.”