Ponteland Question Time took place at the Memorial Hall, 23rd September 2015
Guy Oppermann MP
Cll Peter Jackson
Cll Carl Rawlings (Ponteland Mayor)
This event was well received with plenty of audience participation by way of questions to the panel. Sarah Parkes from UKyouth and Jon Niblo from Northumberland Clubs for Young People were part of the VIP’s present.
Guy Opperman quoted” Ponteland Community Partnership is leading the way by organising such an event” and “the young people stole the show”
An excellent spread of ages attended which gave a good balance for the questions and answers. The youngest participant, aged 10 years of age, asked the panel questions and contributed well to the event. A good humoured event enjoyed by all those who attended.
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Ponteland Community Partnership
Invites you to come and join us for
“Ponteland Question Time”
Wednesday 23rd Sept at the Memorial Hall, open from 6pm
The Ponteland Community Partnership wish to invite you to this forthcoming event on the 23rd Sept at the Memorial Hall. “Ponteland Question Time” is part of the Re-Launch of our group; we would welcome the community to join us in this truly unique celebration.
You may not know that the Ponteland Community Partnership was set up in 2003 and over a period of 10 years it has endeavoured to identify local concerns, improve the quality of life and work with other organisations for the benefit of the wider community.
“Ponteland Question Time” will comprise a panel made up of Guy Opperman plus 2 guests and 3 students from the High School Debating Society, who represented the High School recently at the European Youth Parliament UK. The chairman of the debate will be Dan Brown ex head boy of Ponteland High School and UK reprepentative of the European Youth Parliament UK. There will be the opportunity for audience participation on the preselected topics only.
The Main Hall will be open from 6pm, we are anticipating a good turnout so we strongly advise you to come early for a seat as the event starts at 6.30pm sharp and expected to finish at 8.15pm.
We are sorry you can’t book seats as admission is free