A MEETING will allow residents to get involved with new ideas for their town's future.

On Saturday February 2, Moreton in Marsh Neighbourhood Plan Working Group are organising a drop-in session at the Redesdale Hall in the High Street between 10am and 2pm; all those who live in the parish of Moreton in Marsh are invited to attend.

The Neighbourhood Plan Working Group comprises volunteer members of the public and two Town Council representatives. In September 2018, Cotswold District Council designated Moreton’s parish boundary as its area for the purpose of developing a Neighbourhood Plan.

Residents will be able to discuss and give their views to the Working Group on several planning related topics – from housing and health and wellbeing, to maintaining the character of the town and creating a thriving local economy, to promoting sustainable transport and achieving a low carbon environment.

Sam Ayton-Hill, Chair of the Neighbourhood Plan Working Group said:, “This is a real opportunity for people to have a voice in shaping the future of the town we live in. Moreton is a great place and we want to encourage people of all ages to get involved in creating the Neighbourhood Plan by coming to this event.."