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Grill Phil: Reserve your place at the first ever Hackney Mayor’s Question Time

PUBLISHED: 08:56 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:21 15 September 2017

Mayor Philip Glanville outside the town hall. (Picture: Garty Manhine).

Mayor Philip Glanville outside the town hall. (Picture: Garty Manhine).

Gary Manhine: 07989 418 474 gary@manhinephoto.co.uk

Phil Glanville wants to hear from you about the issues that matter to you the most at the first ever Hackney Mayor’s Question Time.

National newspapear columnist, blogger and long-time Hackney resident Dave Hill will chair the event and help quiz the mayor.

Mr Glanville said: “It’s so important that as a mayor, a council, as residents and businesses, we have open and honest discussions – that the council can explain its vision and work, and people can share their thoughts and ideas, so we can work together on solutions.”

The event is on October 2 at the town hall in Mare Street. It will be broadcast live and will run from 7pm to 9pm, with refreshments afterwards.

The following morning, Mr Glanville will answer further questions on Twitter.

To register to attend the event, clcik here.

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