Residents will have the chance to hear from the Executive Mayor of Croydon and ask him about local issues and his priorities for the borough at the next Question Time event.
The Mayor’s Question Time is being held on Tuesday 16 May in Purley and is open to all Croydon residents, who are asked to book a place in advance.
The event is part of a series of borough-wide events hosted by the Mayor, delivering on his promise to listen to the people of Croydon.
The events aim to highlight and answer questions on local issues, raised by members of the public and give residents the opportunity to have a voice on the concerns that matter most to them.
Questions can be asked about anything that falls under the Mayor’s role.
The Mayor’s Question Time is at Christ Church C of E Primary, Montpelier Road, Purley, from 6.30-8pm (doors open at 6pm).
Residents are encouraged to register for a place in advance. Register here for a free ticket. Those attending on the night without tickets will be admitted if spaces are available.
“I am delighted to be visiting Purley as part of a series of Mayor’s Question Time events across the borough. I look forward to meeting the residents of Purley and beyond and hearing about the issues that matter most to them.
“These events are about delivering on my promise to listen to the people of Croydon and working with them to make Croydon a place where people are proud to live, work and visit.”
Jason Perry, Executive Mayor of Croydon