Bristol Mayor to hold question time session at City Hall
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson will hold his first public question time event at City Hall next month.
The Mayor will respond to questions from the floor, taking as many as possible in the hour-long session.
Following the formal question time, members of the public are invited to remain for an informal hour where the Mayor will mingle and speak with as many people as possible.
Mr Ferguson said: “I am delivering my promise of being as open and accessible to Bristol citizens as possible and this event is just one of a series of initiatives to do just that.
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“Earlier this month I took part in the first #askgeorge twitter session, which is still available online, and this month’s cabinet will take place in Southmead as part of my intention to hold at least half of the meetings each year in locations around the city.
“I am hoping for a good turn-out for this first public question time event on March 4 and am sure I'll be kept on my toes.
“I want to use these sessions to hear people’s concerns and ideas for how we can make this great city even better, what works and what needs improving. This forum is not for politicians or political pressure groups who have other opportunities to engage but for genuine individual citizens.”
The event, which will be held on Monday, March, at 6pm, will be held in the Conference Hall and admittance will be on a “first come, first served” basis with doors open from 5.30pm.