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Annual Parish Assembly Meetings

Each year between 1st March and 1st June inclusive the Chair of the Parish Council will invite the electors of the parish to a meeting.  The Annual Parish Assembly is an opportunity for registered electors to meet and receive information from the Parish Council about the previous year and hear its future plans. 

The minutes from the previous year's assembly are approved.

Local organisations are invited to give a short talk and/or share information about their organisation and what it does in the parish.  An opportunity to canvas volunteers or members.

Often the Borough and County Councillors are in attendance and report on their involvement on behalf of the Parish at Borough/County level, as well as updates for the parishioners in general.

The Parish Council Chair will give his/her report.

The Clerk/RFO will make a presentation of the Parish Council's audited accounts.

The meeting is opened for questions from the audience as the final part of the meeting.