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Welshpool: tell the BBC what you think

Created on 08/10/2012 @ 12:57


Whether it is their coverage – or lack of - Mid Wales issues or maybe their coverage – or lack of – sport in Mid Wales that has your back up, now is your time to let them know.
BBC Audience Council Wales, the BBC Trust’s eyes and ears, will be in Welshpool later this month to hear what people living in Montgomeryshire think about the Corporation and its services. The informal meeting will be held at the Welshpool High School on October 19 at 7pm.
BBC National Trustee for Wales, Elan Closs Stephens, who chairs Audience Council Wales, said:
“It is important that people have as many easy ways as possible to tell us their views so that we can tell the Trust what people think the BBC can do better. And it’s not just about listening but also about getting things done. Following the event in Welshpool, the Council will report to the Trust on what people told us and the Trust will make sure that the BBC acts to address concerns which they become aware of.
Audience Council Wales came into being under the present Royal Charter in 2007 and is responsible for making sure the BBC listens to what people in Wales think about programming and services. A report on the meeting held in Montgomeryshire will appear on the Audience Council web-site shortly after the meeting which includes a light supper.
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