An Annual Parish Meeting (APM) is a requirement in England and it takes place between 1st March and 1st June each year. The Chairman of the Parish Council (among others) may call an APM and will chair the meeting. Any elector in the parish has the right to vote at the APM. Loppington normally holds its APM in March each year.
It is not a Parish Council meeting but a more informal way of community engagement. It is an opportunity for residents of the Parish to put forward ideas; discuss any issue or topic; or make comments on matters which they feel affects their local community. More generally it is an opportunity for local community groups to disseminate information and promote their organisations.
You are invited to come along to the APM and, if you wish to, make a presentation and celebrate your organisation and the good work that you do. We review our Parish Plan regularly, this meeting is an appropriate forum for discussion if you have any proposals which you would like to put forward.
The Annual Parish Meeting normally takes place during March each year.
Please contact your parish clerk or member of your parish council if you wish to put an item on the agenda.
ANNUAL PARISH MEETINGS
|MEETING DATE||AGENDA||REPORTS (LPC)||REPORTS (OTHER)||MINUTES|
|13 March 2013||Minutes|
|11 March 2014||LPC report 2014||Minutes|
|24 March 2015||Agenda||LPC report 2015||Minutes|
|10 May 2016||Agenda||LPC Report 2016||Minutes|
|14 March 2017||Agenda||LPC report 2017||Draft Minutes|
|13 March 2018||Agenda|