Sheringham and Cromer chambers of trade are meeting this month to discuss the future prosperity of the local economy.
The two groups have got together the personalities who shape the future of the two towns to hear what they have to say and give businesses the opportunity to express concerns and hopes.
The meeting is being seen as a “one-off opportunity to have your say to those that matter” and will be held on Tuesday, September 26, 6-8pm, at Sheringham Golf Club.
A top table of invited guest has been assembled of North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb, Nigel Best, who is the growth hub manager for New Anglia, Rob Young, head of economic and community development at North Norfolk District Council, and town mayors David Gooch and John Frosdick. The meeting will be chaired by the leader of the district council, Tom FitzPatrick.
The panellists will give a brief presentation of their views on the outlook for the areas from their perspective to be followed by a question and answer session from the audience
Anyone wishing to attend is being asked to confirm by September 24 to Economic.firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01263 516009. Any topics you specifically would like to be discussed must be submitted by September 19.