In what will prove to be the biggest change in local government in North Yorkshire since the 1970s, this is your chance to grill candidates standing in Harrogate on the future of the town.
The elections on May 5 will be the last before North Yorkshire Council replaces Harrogate Borough Council and the six districts.
It will leave Harrogate without a town council and raises questions over the future of the town itself.
Those attending the hustings will be standing for the new council and will answer questions on behalf of their party locally.
This is your chance to put questions to candidates on the issues that matter to you, whether that be housing, highways or the local economy.
The hustings will be held at the Wesley Centre, Oxford Street, on Tuesday, April 26, from 7pm until 9pm and will be free for the public to attend.
All parties including Labour, Conservative, the Liberal Democrats, Green Party and the independents have been invited to attend the event.
Confirmation of the candidates attending the hustings will be made closer to the date.
If you would like to submit a question to put to the candidates, send it to email@example.com with the subject heading “hustings question”. We will also take on the night from the audience.
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