Zoom Q&A with Alex Chalk MP - 2pm on Friday 29th May
By Matt Hall | 28th May 2020
What does the future look like for Cheltenham's high street? How will the town's economy bounce back from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic?
Punchline-Gloucester.com will look to find out the answer to these questions and more in an exclusive Q&A session with Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk.
Last Friday's Zoom discussion with Gloucester MP Richard Graham proved a huge success with business leaders coming together virtually to quiz the MP on everything from the impact of coronavirus on the economy to business rates and worrying levels of unemployment in young people.
This week will see the second instalment in our Q&A series with Punchline editor Mark Owen chairing a session with Mr Chalk from 2pm on Friday, May 29.
And we want you to take part.
Register for the event and/or send us your question for Mr Chalk and register for the event by emailing email@example.com by noon on Friday, May 29 - we will ask as many as we can.
Make sure you use Alex Chalk Q&A in the subject line of your email and give brief details of your company and position.
Ensure to RSVP as soon as possible as spaces are limited.
Mr Owen said: "We have the opportunity to talk about the future. What does it hold for businesses in Cheltenham? How are we going to get out of this economic quagmire? What does your local MP think about it?
"We have our questions, but what do you want to ask Alex Chalk? This is your opportunity to quiz your local MP, so let us know what you want to know."
Friday's Q&A session will be sponsored by Evans Jones - the Cheltenham-based chartered surveyors and planning consultants.
Established in 1972, Evans Jones offers professional advice on all aspects of the acquisition, development and management of commercial property across the UK.
Keep reading Punchline for more details about our subsequent Q&A sessions with Gloucestershire MPs.
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