The Council is currently holding 'virtual' meetings, these meetings are open to the public and can be accessed via a computer or phone. Full details explaining how to join a 'virtual' meeting are published on the meeting agenda.
Details of the usual arrangements for the Annual Meeting
of the Council and the Annual Parish Meeting can be found below. Due to
the Coronavirus pandemic as at 30 June 2020 neither meeting has yet
been held in 2020.
The Annual Meeting of the Council can take place on any date in May fixed by the Council except in an election year when it must be held between the fourth and fourteenth day after the day of the election.
The Annual Parish Meeting can take place between 1 March & 1 June. The Mayor invites your Cornwall Council Ward Member, representatives from Cornwall Council, the Police and local organisations to address the meeting. The Mayor and each committee chairman gives a report and members of the public are able to ask questions.
Usually the Mayor and Councillors attend the Remembrance Sunday Service in November and the Mayor lays a wreath at the War memorial. Given the current Coronavirus pandemic this year's arrangements for Remembrance Sunday are yet to be finalised.
The Councillors serve the community in their own time and with no remuneration. The Town Council employs a clerk to advise the Councillors at meetings. To find out more about theTown Council, click on the links below.