The Council's calendar of meetings for 2020/21 was suspended for a period due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Thankfully, the Council has now been able to make arrangements for its meetings to take place virtually and indeed some have already done so.

The Council is aiming to follow its previously approved calendar of meetings and whilst the date of the meetings will remain in place, the timings of some of these meetings may change.

When an agenda is published it will continue to set out in the accompanying summons the time that a virtual meeting will commence.

The calendar of meetings has been amended from 1 July to 30 September 2020 to reveal the revised times of some of the Council's meetings.  As we progress nearer to September, or as Government advice changes, the calendar will be reviewed for future months.

If and when the Government advice states that it is safe to return to our usual arrangements of holding meetings at the Town Hall in person, the Council meetings will then revert back to their usual commencement times.

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