Next Wednesday, 20 May, is the Annual Parish Meeting. This isn't to be confused with the Parish Council AGM, but is a public meeting to which all residents in the parish are invited to discuss local activities and debate current issues in the community. The meetings alternate each year between Shilton and Barnacle, and this year it will be held in Shilton Village Hall, Wood Lane starting at 7.30pm.
The meeting will receive reports from County Councillor Phillip Morris-Jones, Borough Councillor Neil Campbell, Parish Council Chairman Bill King, plus updates from the two village hall committees, the Shilton playing field committee and the BASIS editor.
Further details are available from the agenda posted up in the village noticeboard.
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