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Big Conversation – Wolverhampton

As part of our Real People Honest Talk programme, Transforming Communities Together and Near Neighbours create opportunities for meaningful dialogue between communities. Before the Big Conversation, four groups of Real People Honest Talk will have taken place in different areas of Wolverhampton. Here local residents get together and surface issues in their areas that affect them. This then leads to the Big Conversation where we endeavour to invite MPs, Councillors, Police Commissioners, and other sector employees who can take these issues forward and collectively think of ways of resolving them.

We have set up and eventbrite registration. Here you will find a video on how Real People Honest Talk came about. We hope you find it useful.

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