RESIDENTS have the chance to quiz their local councillor throughout September.

Wychavon District Council's meet your council event is designed to provide a positive way for residents and businesses to make sure their views and suggestions are heard.

On Friday, September 22, councillor Paul Middlebrough will be outside the Spar shop in Shrubbery Road, Drakes Broughton, from 9.30am to 12pm to meet and chat with residents and to discuss any issues.

On Saturday, September 26, councillor George Mackison will be at the Great Comberton Flower Show from 2pm, to meet with and speak to residents. People can pop along and chat to Councillor Mackison without the need to make an appointment.

Councillor Ged Bearcroft will meet and speak to residents at the Hampton Flower Show, on the village green next to the Hampton Farm Shop, from 2 to 3pm on Saturday, September 30.

Councillor Margaret Rowley will be in the Bowbrook ward on Monday, September 11 at a number of locations to meet and chat with residents focusing on the council's role in protecting heritage and the natural environment.

The day begins at Crowle Conservation Area where Cllr Rowley will meet with residents from 9.30am.

She will also meet with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and local residents in Trench Wood from 11am to 12pm.

From 12.30pm until 1.30pm residents can meet Cllr Rowley in Bridge 35 Chandlers, Hanbury Wharf and from 2pm until 2.45pm at Crowle Parish Hall.

In Himbleton from 3pm until 4.30pm, Cllr Rowley will observe parking outside the school and look at Bow Brook and proposed waymarked walk and amenity area.

From 4.30pm until 5pm Cllr Rowley will finish the day at The Galton Arms in Himbleton, meeting with residents.

To find out beforehand what your councillor has done in your ward, visit