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As part of the Bristol Cable’s democratic decision making process, members were invited to vote on key questions for the future of the co-operative’s activity.

Two polls, opened last week, have now come to a close, with a significant number of the membership taking part in the consultation. Using online polling, a total of 106 votes were cast.

On the question of whether to remain a bi-monthly magazine or go quarterly, 76% of the people responded in favour of seeing the print published every three months. The next edition will therefore be coming out mid-September.

The focus of the next edition was also voted on. It was a tight vote, with 53% of responding members voting for a series of features and investigations on the theme of the environment.

 

 

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