Time to have your say at the Consumer Parliament event

Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Maolíosa McHugh launches
the Consumer Parliament which takes place on March 23 at the Guildhall.

Residents in Derry City and Strabane District Council area will soon get to have their say on the consumer issues that concern them, thanks to The Consumer Council, which is staging a ‘Consumer Parliament’, in partnership with Derry City and Strabane District Council, at the Guildhall on Friday, March 23. Sheila McClelland, chair of The Consumer Council said, “Northern
Ireland may be small, but the issues consumers face can be very different depending not only on their situation but also where they live. We are encouraging consumers to attend the Consumer Parliament in the Guildhall and #Haveyoursay on issues such as flooding, broadband, telecoms, postal services, transport issues and home energy”.

The Consumer Parliament will run from 10-3.30pm on Friday, March 23 at the Guildhall. Registration will open at 9am. A consumer clinic – to provide one-on-one support to residents – will run simultaneously throughout the day. There will also be exhibition stands from a range of consumer organisations, utilities and service providers.

To register for the Consumer Parliament at the Guildhall call us free on 0800 121 6022. Refreshments and lunch will be provided free of charge – register early as spaces will be limited.


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