The next Committee meetings take place on Monday 12th June 2023.
Planning and General Purposes –
The next Council meeting is taking place Wednesday 21st June 2023. Members of the public and press are welcome to attend and should contact the Clerk before midday on the day of the meeting, as outlined on the Agenda.
Full Council Meeting –
Annual Council Meeting – Annual Town Council Meeting Agenda – Tuesday 30th May 2023
Please see the calendars below for the Meeting Dates of 2023. Please note there are no Council or Committee meetings held in August.
Information about Council Meetings
Appleby Town Council meets once a month for their Full Council meeting, and each committee meets once a month. The Council also holds an Annual and Town meeting once a year. All Council meetings are held in the Council Chamber, Moot Hall, Boroughgate, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, CA16 6YB.
The public are welcome to attend Council meetings, but need to contact the Clerk by midday on the day of the meeting.
The Council provides opportunity for members of the public to make statements or ask questions.
You are welcome to attend the meeting for all matters in part 1, which is the open to the press and public.
If the Council needs to consider private and confidential matters you will have to leave the meeting as the meetings goes into private session, which we call part 2.
Public Participation appears at the beginning of the meeting:
- Prior to the meeting please write to the Town Clerk informing the Council that you wish to speak.
- You will be allowed to speak at the discretion of the Chair.
- Your name will not be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.
- The Chair will invite you to stand/sit in location where you can be clearly heard.
- You can speak for a maximum of 3 minutes per meeting.
- Supplementary questions will be allowed for a maximum of 2 minutes.
- The Council may respond to you at the meeting or may write to you.
- You must not interrupt speakers or speak during the member’s debate.
- You must not hold conversations with other members of the public during meetings.
- Members of the public who become disruptive during the meeting will be asked by the Chair to leave.