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Tenants get two chances to have their say.

COUNCIL tenants and leaseholders in Rugby are being urged to have a greater say on housing services in the town.

A tenants' exhibition is being held at Benn Hall, in Newbold Road, on Thursday, April 25, followed by the annual meeting of the Rugby and District Tenants' Association.

The events will allow people to talk to town hall officials about improving the quality of their estates.

There will be stands for three local tenants' groups - the High Five Group (Biart Place and Rounds Gardens), the JACEA Club (Albert Square, James Court, Edward Court and Alexandra Court) and the Robotham Close residents' group, from Newbold.

Information on community alarm services for older people and the Bright Ideas budget will also be available.

The exhibition starts at 10am and the meeting at begins at 6.30pm.
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Date:Apr 16, 2002
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