Saturday, 9 February 2008

Public Meeting

Come one, come all:

NAME campaigners know that technology is not everyone's cup of tea and the blog will only be a forum for some of the community. We aim to keep people informed through the press, but know that not everyone reads the paper every week. We hope to build a grassroots campaign, and the best way to do that is by actually talking to as many people as we can. It is the job of officials from county hall to sell you the academy package, and all that that entails. That is what they must do and that is to be expected from the public meetings that they will hold. So we'll hold our own.

Join us at Easebourne Refectory on Thursday 28th February at 7pm. We will publish final details about the format of this meeting closer to the date. Our aim will be to give you a fuller understanding of what an academy entails, and what the proposals mean to our community. You may hold a view; you may have many questions. Whatever the case may be, we hope to air as many views and answer as many questions as we can.

(If you could let us know of your intentions to attend, it would help us plan in terms of numbers).

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