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Porthcawl residents are being invited to attend a drop-in information session where they can help influence the next phase of work on the town's flood defences.

With the work set to target the western breakwater, eastern promenade and Sandy Bay areas, the drop-in session will feature information boards outlining the results of preliminary investigations, how the proposed defences are taking shape and what the timescale for the project will be.

Members of the public will be able to ask questions and offer feedback on the proposals, which support Bridgend County Borough Council's wider regeneration plans for the town.

The drop-in information session will take place at the Grand Pavilion on Thursday 28 February between 1pm - 7pm.

Cllr Richard Young, Cabinet Member for Communities, said: "As work upon the £3m new-look town beach approaches its final stage, this drop-in session will outline what the plans are for the next phase of Porthcawl's new flood defences. I hope residents will come along to the drop-in information session at the Grand Pavilion to find out more, have their say and help the plans take shape."


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