BANK OF ENGLANDBank of England comes to WestonWeston-super-Mare residents will be able to tellthe Bank of England what they think about theeconomy at an event in the town.The Bank's Citizens Panels offer people a chanceto talk to Bank officials about issues such as jobs, payand the cost of livingPeople can sign up now on the Bank's website to takepart in the South West event which will take place inWeston-super-Mare on 26 SeptemberThe Bank of England is running panel events aroundthe UK as part of an effort to better understand howthe economy is performing and how people are feeling.The meeting in Weston-super-Mare will be attendedby the Bank's Executive Director of Communications,Mike Peacock"We will be particularly keen to hear views about thelabour market, such as people's experiences of findingwork, how secure they feel in their jobs, and whetherthey have seen much change in their levels of pay."You certainly don't need to be an expert on theeconomy to come along - the economy affects us all indifferent ways and it's those various perspectiveswe want to hear."Applications to join the panel are now open. TheBank hopes to attract a wide range of people from avariety of backgrounds and anyone over the age of 18is able to apply.Panels will comprise of around 24 people and areplanned to take place twice a year at locations acrossthe South West. Exeter hosted the first meeting of thepanel in April.Malindi Myers, the Bank's Deputy Agent for theSouth West, said: "I hope that we can attract a widerange of applications to join the panel so that we canhear from as many diverse voices as possible.If you would like to apply to join the Bankof England Citizens' Panel or would like morenformationvisit www.bankofengland.co.uk/outreach/citizens-panels.Alternatively you can call Hope Gray on07712 324878.He said: "Our Citizens' Panels are a crucial newinitiative for the Bank of England, allowing us to listendirectly to communities and citizens right across theUK about the economic issues that affect them"Hearing first-hand about what matters to peoplewill allow the Bank's policymakers to make betterdecisions for the good of everyone in the UKThe closing date for applications is 9 SeptemberApplicants are required to provide some backgroundinformation. In the event that the panel is over-subscribed panellists will be selected in order toos:"I'm really looking forward to coming toWeston-super-Mare to hear about the things that affectpeople's livesmaximise diversity across the panel. BANK OF ENGLAND Bank of England comes to Weston Weston-super-Mare residents will be able to tell the Bank of England what they think about the economy at an event in the town. The Bank's Citizens Panels offer people a chance to talk to Bank officials about issues such as jobs, pay and the cost of living People can sign up now on the Bank's website to take part in the South West event which will take place in Weston-super-Mare on 26 September The Bank of England is running panel events around the UK as part of an effort to better understand how the economy is performing and how people are feeling. The meeting in Weston-super-Mare will be attended by the Bank's Executive Director of Communications, Mike Peacock "We will be particularly keen to hear views about the labour market, such as people's experiences of finding work, how secure they feel in their jobs, and whether they have seen much change in their levels of pay. "You certainly don't need to be an expert on the economy to come along - the economy affects us all in different ways and it's those various perspectives we want to hear." Applications to join the panel are now open. The Bank hopes to attract a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and anyone over the age of 18 is able to apply. Panels will comprise of around 24 people and are planned to take place twice a year at locations across the South West. Exeter hosted the first meeting of the panel in April. Malindi Myers, the Bank's Deputy Agent for the South West, said: "I hope that we can attract a wide range of applications to join the panel so that we can hear from as many diverse voices as possible. If you would like to apply to join the Bank of England Citizens' Panel or would like more nformation visit www.bankofengland.co.uk/outreach/citizens-panels. Alternatively you can call Hope Gray on 07712 324878. He said: "Our Citizens' Panels are a crucial new initiative for the Bank of England, allowing us to listen directly to communities and citizens right across the UK about the economic issues that affect them "Hearing first-hand about what matters to people will allow the Bank's policymakers to make better decisions for the good of everyone in the UK The closing date for applications is 9 September Applicants are required to provide some background information. In the event that the panel is over- subscribed panellists will be selected in order to os: "I'm really looking forward to coming to Weston-super-Mare to hear about the things that affect people's lives maximise diversity across the panel.

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BANK OF ENGLAND Bank of England comes to Weston Weston-super-Mare residents will be able to tell the Bank of England what they think about the economy at an event in the town. The Bank's Citizens Panels offer people a chance to talk to Bank officials about issues such as jobs, pay and the cost of living People can sign up now on the Bank's website to take part in the South West event which will take place in Weston-super-Mare on 26 September The Bank of England is running panel events around the UK as part of an effort to better understand how the economy is performing and how people are feeling. The meeting in Weston-super-Mare will be attended by the Bank's Executive Director of Communications, Mike Peacock "We will be particularly keen to hear views about the labour market, such as people's experiences of finding work, how secure they feel in their jobs, and whether they have seen much change in their levels of pay. "You certainly don't need to be an expert on the economy to come along - the economy affects us all in different ways and it's those various perspectives we want to hear." Applications to join the panel are now open. The Bank hopes to attract a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and anyone over the age of 18 is able to apply. Panels will comprise of around 24 people and are planned to take place twice a year at locations across the South West. Exeter hosted the first meeting of the panel in April. Malindi Myers, the Bank's Deputy Agent for the South West, said: "I hope that we can attract a wide range of applications to join the panel so that we can hear from as many diverse voices as possible. If you would like to apply to join the Bank of England Citizens' Panel or would like more nformation visit www.bankofengland.co.uk/outreach/citizens-panels. Alternatively you can call Hope Gray on 07712 324878. He said: "Our Citizens' Panels are a crucial new initiative for the Bank of England, allowing us to listen directly to communities and citizens right across the UK about the economic issues that affect them "Hearing first-hand about what matters to people will allow the Bank's policymakers to make better decisions for the good of everyone in the UK The closing date for applications is 9 September Applicants are required to provide some background information. In the event that the panel is over- subscribed panellists will be selected in order to os: "I'm really looking forward to coming to Weston-super-Mare to hear about the things that affect people's lives maximise diversity across the panel. BANK OF ENGLAND Bank of England comes to Weston Weston-super-Mare residents will be able to tell the Bank of England what they think about the economy at an event in the town. The Bank's Citizens Panels offer people a chance to talk to Bank officials about issues such as jobs, pay and the cost of living People can sign up now on the Bank's website to take part in the South West event which will take place in Weston-super-Mare on 26 September The Bank of England is running panel events around the UK as part of an effort to better understand how the economy is performing and how people are feeling. The meeting in Weston-super-Mare will be attended by the Bank's Executive Director of Communications, Mike Peacock "We will be particularly keen to hear views about the labour market, such as people's experiences of finding work, how secure they feel in their jobs, and whether they have seen much change in their levels of pay. "You certainly don't need to be an expert on the economy to come along - the economy affects us all in different ways and it's those various perspectives we want to hear." Applications to join the panel are now open. The Bank hopes to attract a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and anyone over the age of 18 is able to apply. Panels will comprise of around 24 people and are planned to take place twice a year at locations across the South West. Exeter hosted the first meeting of the panel in April. Malindi Myers, the Bank's Deputy Agent for the South West, said: "I hope that we can attract a wide range of applications to join the panel so that we can hear from as many diverse voices as possible. If you would like to apply to join the Bank of England Citizens' Panel or would like more nformation visit www.bankofengland.co.uk/outreach/citizens-panels. Alternatively you can call Hope Gray on 07712 324878. He said: "Our Citizens' Panels are a crucial new initiative for the Bank of England, allowing us to listen directly to communities and citizens right across the UK about the economic issues that affect them "Hearing first-hand about what matters to people will allow the Bank's policymakers to make better decisions for the good of everyone in the UK The closing date for applications is 9 September Applicants are required to provide some background information. In the event that the panel is over- subscribed panellists will be selected in order to os: "I'm really looking forward to coming to Weston-super-Mare to hear about the things that affect people's lives maximise diversity across the panel.

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