Give your views at Ilfracombe's annual town meeting
THE people of Ilfracombe are invited to air their views, voice complaints, make suggestions or simply come along and listen at Ilfracombe s annual town meeting to be held on Wednesday (March 31) at 7pm. The meeting, held in the Ilfracombe Centre, will beg
THE people of Ilfracombe are invited to air their views, voice complaints, make suggestions or simply come along and listen at Ilfracombe's annual town meeting to be held on Wednesday (March 31) at 7pm.
The meeting, held in the Ilfracombe Centre, will begin with an overview from Councillor Philip Webb of the activities of the council during his year as Mayor.
There will be a chance to hear the latest news on the campaign to prevent search and rescue hours being cut at Chivenor and the new ferry to South Wales.
There will also be progress reports on regeneration projects in the town, information on what is available in the Ilfracombe Centre, highways update and an overview of the town council's new Strategic Aims and Objectives.
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An open forum will follow where members of the public can put questions to their councillors as well as representatives from the police and local neighbourhood management programme Transform.
All are welcome to attend.
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