A meeting in Llangollen early next month will aid consultation on Denbighshire County Council's plans to breathe new life into the local economy.
Councillors unanimously agreed earlier this Summer that the Council should consult on its draft Economic & Community Ambition Strategy, 'Developing Opportunities, Creating Confidence' .
A further consultation event takes place at the Pavilion, Llangollen on Thursday, September 5th between 6pm and 8pm.
A focus group for the manufacturing industry will take place on Friday, September 6th at the Optic Centre, St Asaph at 8am, with a focus group for the Energy sector meeting on Monday, September 9th at 8am.
One of the Strategy's key headlines is the need to work together to make Denbighshire a place where businesses existing and new, grow and flourish; towns and communities are vibrant and prosper and all residents enjoy a good quality of life and can participate in the local economy
The Council hopes that by taking action to tackle the issues set out in the Strategy, results will be seen in less unemployment; higher household incomes; more successful and sustainable businesses; less deprivation; more people able to participate in the local economy and a higher profile for Denbighshire.
Have your say by visiting our website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk/youropinions where you can access the complete consultation document and complete a short response form..
Alternatively you can submit your views in writing to: Mike Horrocks, Economic Ambition Strategy Consultation, Denbighshire County Council, Wynnstay Road, Ruthin, LL15 1YN.
The deadline for consultation responses to be completed and returned is 9th September 2013.