The Sudbury & Wembley Central week of action is the fourth in the programme, building on previous weeks of action in Dudden Hill, Willesden Green and Tokyngton wards. During each week of action, the council works alongside local communities and partners to make a difference to the lives of local people. Colleagues from the Council's Youth Service, Parks Service and Community Safety team will work alongside partners from the Police, CRi - NHS Brent, London Fire Brigade, Veolia, and the voluntary sector - in order to tackle local issues in the two wards. Councillors will be holding a cross ward surgery on Monday evening at St John’s Community Centre, giving residents a further opportunity to engage with them on local issues. Local people can meet the team of partner agencies and Sudbury Town and Wembley Central Councillors between 12noon and 4pm on the following days: Monday 28 July and Saturday 2 August - The Open Space, Butler's Green, Sudbury Town Centre Wednesday 30 July and Friday 1 August - Wembley Central Square, outside Wembley Central Station. During the week, the team will highlight the health dangers caused by chewing paan and the support available to help users to quit. Sudbury Town Residents Association and Big Local Wembley Central plan to clean up their local areas on Saturday 2 August. The council will also be pressure-washing streets in Wembley and Sudbury. Other activities include visits by the youth bus offering activities for young people, the Diabetes UK bus offering health information, and dental checks for adult men.
with courtesy of Brent Council