RESIDENTS are being invited to a series of presentations as part of the consultation process for the £25m new sea wall project at Anchorsholme.
Councillors Tony Williams and Paul Galley have arranged the events which will be attended by Matt Hill, one of the project managers who will explain how the initiative will make a safer and more attractive Promenade.
A number of local residents have also agreed to help out by delivering around 3,500 leaflets to householders telling them about the exhibitions.
Coun Galley said: “I just mentioned on Facebook we were out delivering these letters and immediately more than a dozen residents offered their help.
“That’s a brilliant gesture and both Tony and I are really grateful.”
There will be an exhibition at Anchorsholme Library on Thursday, from 10am to 7pm, while presentations are being held at Anchorsholme Methodist Church Small Hall on Luton Road on Tuesday April 2 from 7pm until 9pm.
Another presentation will be held at St Teresa’s Church Hall, St George’s Avenue, Anchorsholme, on Friday April 5, from noon until 2pm.