How Cann Hall councillors communicate with residents…

A resident writes:

‘We opened a community café and foodbank near that notice board, and wanted to put one of our A4 posters on display in it. We found out that – inexplicably – a local shopkeeper held the key, went to see her, and gave her a poster. She promised to put it up straightaway.

Nothing happened.

So we went to see her again. This time, she said she’d been busy, but promised to act.

Nothing happened again.

So we went to see her a third time, and on this occasion, because she wasn’t there, we gave a new poster to one of her staff, who promised to jog the owner’s memory.

Still nothing.

So we tried once more, again nothing happened, so we gave up.

That notice board is a disgrace and a waste of money’.

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