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Meeting over the future of Newton Pop

12:04 14 March 2014

Residents can help shape the future of Newton Poppleford and Harpford at a neighbourhood plan workshop to be held on Thursday (March 20).

The meeting starts at 8pm at the Pavilion in Newton Poppleford, and welcomes all to contribute and share their views.

The feedback will help establish aims and aspirations on which the plan will be founded and identify the skillset required within the community to help bring it to frutition.

The boundaries of which the plan will affect will also be decided on the night as will the creation of an initial steering group, which will move the development of it forward.

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