Residents living within the boundaries of Beverley will be able to have their say on local issues at the Annual Town meeting.
The meeting will take place Taking place on Tuesday 5 March at East Riding College. It gives the public an opportunity to raise issues that matter to them.
The Annual Town Meeting is a great opportunity to have your voice heard. It also gives those who govern Beverley a chance to improve the lives of those living in the town.
Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Bryan Pearson will be chair the meeting. He will also give a brief overview of the past year achievements and updates.
Cllr Pearson is urging residents to attend, he said;
“Come and hear first-hand what is happening in the town. This is a great opportunity to hear a brief update of Beverley Town Activities to date.”
“Also you can ask your councillors questions about issues that concern you. Please bring along your suggestions and ideas for making our town a better place to live and to visit.”
Annual Town Meeting An Opportunity To Make Suggestions To Beverley Town Council
The meeting, while open to everyone does have some restrictions. Only those on the electoral role within the parish of Beverley are allowed to speak or ask questions. Those parishes areMinster North and South and St Marys East and West.
The parish councils of Molescroft and Woodmansey also hold their own Annual Parish Meetings for residents from those areas to discuss matters pertinent to their locality.
Beverley Town Council has also expressed their thanks to thanks East Riding College for the use of the Energy Technology Centre.
Proceedings on Tuesday will get underway way at 6.30PM those who attend should arrive shortly before then. Anyone who wishes to speak but is unsure of what parish they live should contact Beverley Town Council.