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People invited to join Waste No Time Citizens Group

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A key question is how can local people and the Council work together to improve people’s well-being.The Waste No Time (WNoT) Project is an interactive community democracy project running across the Causeway Coast & Glens Council area.

Over the last two months, the project has been out and about across the new Council area with a short street theatre performance, a giant laminated map, and a pop-up café for people to go and chat to us about what matters to them in their communities, what they are proud of, and their bright ideas for their new Council that could make a positive difference to their lives.

Watch the short film below to see the group in action in Ballycastle.

As part of the project the group have created a short on-line survey which we would love you to fill in. It will only take you 2.5 minutes of your time. http://www.wastenotime.net/survey. The information from this survey, as well as the stories gathered over the last couple of months will form the material of a play that will be written by local people with a theatre company and performed to the Council and the public in February / March 2017.

For more information, visit and like their Facebook page (Waste No Time Project) or visit their website www.wastenotime.net.

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