On Wednesday 6th April the partner organisations for Ardrossan Connections project are holding a drop in event at the offices of Ardrossan Community Development Trust (ACDT). Representatives for each of the organisations including Sustrans, ACDT and North Ayrshire Council will be in attendance to answer any questions and allow you to look at proposed artwork and models of proposed plans for the national cycle network and wider use of the roads through the Town.
Feedback for the project has been amazing however, due to the continued pandemic, most of this has been digital communication. The partner organisations are aware this may have excluded some residents and now that restrictions allow it, wanted to hold a community drop in event to ensure you have the opportunity to have your say I you haven’t yet done so.
Feedback for the project has been amazing however, due to the continued pandemic, most of this has been digital communication.
The event will be taking place at The Frank Sweeney Centre for Enterprise located at 82-84 Glasgow Street between 6:30pm – 8:30pm on the day, and we would like to encourage as many members of the community as possible to attend the event and find out more about the project whether you live, work or volunteer in the Town.
The event will give members of the community an opportunity to see the project plans, air any views and comments they may have and meet our project partners who will be only too happy to answer any questions you may have regarding The Ardrossan Connections Project.
Please feel free to drop in at anytime during the 2hrs the event is open and don’t worry if you can only come along for a short time. You are welcome.
If you would like to confirm your attendance for this event please complete the contact form below so that our partners can get an idea for numbers and also make time to speak with you.
The form is not essential for attendance purposes, so if you feel you can pop down at the last minute please feel free to do so.
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