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Join Councillor McGinlay this Saturday March 24th @ the Tea Pot Cafe in Tilba


Councillor Pat McGinlay again extends an invitation for anyone to have a coffee (or even a breakfast) and a yarn about anything that they want to talk about. As part of his ongoing commitment of getting out to meet people informally, he will be at the Tea Pot in Tilba on Saturday 24 March, from 9.00a.m for an hour or two. He'll wear something distinctive...a green and white striped soccer top, with 'Paddy 55' on the back, so you'll recognise him. The idea is that anyone can join him, as a local councillor to have a chat and raise issues that are of concern in a convivial and relaxed manner. This will be my fourth little coffee shop chat, which he hopes to do at least once a month throughout his term of office, if not more often, and at different locations each time. He notes that other councillors are welcome to join in.

This is not a council sponsored event, so like Pat, you'll have to buy your own coffee or whatever


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