09th September 2010

Two open meetings: Cuts in public spending are on the way – Have your say on what stays and what go

Cuts in public spending are on the way. We know the NI Assembly has to find £1.2 billion in public spending cuts. There will be tough decisions to be made and the Consumer Council wants you to get involved.

Cookstown, 9th September and Belfast, 16th September.
Open to all

Now is the time to make your voice heard and help shape how these cuts are managed by government.  Have your say at one or both of our open meetings on how these cuts may affect you, your family and friends.  The Consumer Council will bring your views to the NI Executive Ministers and fight hard for what you believe must stay, what goes and how public services can be improved in the future.

Open Meeting 1

Burnavon  Centre, Cookstown

Thursday 9 September 2010

10am – 1pm

Tea/Coffee on arrival, closing with light lunch

Address: Burn Road, Cookstown

FREE parking available in the car park adjacent to the Burnavon

Open Meeting 2

Holiday Inn, Ormeau Ave, Belfast

Thursday 16 September 2010

6pm – 9pm

Tea/Coffee and light supper on arrival

Address: 22 Ormeau Avenue, BT2 8HS Belfast (street parking available)


We want to hear from all consumers – people who are employed, unemployed, parents with young families, single parents, older people, students, carers, community and voluntary workers, those who work in public services, private sector employees eg architects, bar staff accountants and factory workers, farmers, construction workers, people who are self-employed and business owners - every voice counts! 

For more information or to book your place, please contact our Consumer support team on 0800 121 6022 or e-mail:[email protected]

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