Have your say on how Wymondham Town Council works

Wymondham town centre. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wymondham town centre. Picture: STEVE ADAMS - Credit: Archant

A public meeting is being held to receive comments from residents about how a town council operates.

A working group was set up in July last year to review how Wymondham Town Council operates, its relationship with the public and communities and how the councillors and the clerk work.

The group has concluded its preliminary work and has formulated a draft report, which includes recommendations.

A meeting will be held on Monday, February 6 for members of the public to discuss the findings before they are presented to the council.

The meeting will be held at 7pm at the Robert Kett Primary School in one of the classrooms – there will be someone available at the event to show visitors to the room.


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The agenda and draft report will be available on Wymondham Town Council's website, www.wymondhamtc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk or alternatively, to request a copy, email democracy@s-norfolk.gov.uk

You can also call 01508 533954.

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