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🗓️ Q&A With Adam Clarke, Leicester’s deputy city mayor

Join the Gazette for an evening of questions and answers on the environment, sustainability and transport with Leicester's deputy city mayor, Adam Clarke.

A picture of the river in Abbey Park Leicester. There are trees in the foreground and riverboats along the river.
Abbey Park © Visit Leicester

As the person responsible for these key areas, he will share his insights on current initiatives and future plans for the city.

It’s open to all residents who are interested in these important issues. It's a great opportunity to engage with local government and ask questions about topics that matter to you.

Whether you're concerned about reducing carbon emissions, improving public transportation, or creating more sustainable communities, Clarke will be on hand to provide expert insights and share his vision for a greener, cleaner, and more connected city.

With local elections just around the corner, this Q&A session is an excellent chance to check and challenge one of the city's key decision-makers.

Time: 6pm to 7pm

Date: Tuesday 4 April 2023

Location: HU2.07, Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University, The Newarke, Leicester, LE2 7BY

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Price: Free!

Events coordinator: Emma Guy
Promotions: Rhys Everquill

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This event is supported by De Montfort University. None of our funders have any influence over our editorial decisions.

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