Wilmslow residents invited to annual meeting of the town


Wilmslow residents are invited to attend the Annual Town Meeting which will be held on Thursday, 23rd March, at Wilmslow Parish Hall on Cliff Road.

The Annual Town Meeting is not a council meeting but a meeting of the residents of the town, providing an opportunity for them to ask councillors questions and express their views about issues affecting Wilmslow.

The meeting will commence at 7pm when the Chairman of the Town Council, Cllr Martin Watkins, will deliver his annual report.

Representatives from Wilmslow groups will then be invited to report on their activities during the year, followed by a period when councillors will consider any questions relating to specific town matters.

All those present will be asked for their name and address when speaking and only registered local electors may speak unless the meeting agrees otherwise. Additionally, only registered local electors can vote on any item.

See our events calendar for the meeting agenda.

Annual Town Meeting of Wilmslow


Here's what readers have had to say so far. Why not add your thoughts below.

Clive Cooksey
Wednesday 22nd March 2017 at 6:23 pm
So the barmy Blue Sky Thinkers are on parade. Why don't they just leave us alone. They all want to be interferring do gooders. But all they should do is disappear into the sunset. There are so many interfering busybodies wanting to make a name for themselves "fixing" this town that isn't broke, it just is not true. I know one, who can't wait to move to Knutsford. Why then is he bothering us!!. Name address before a question! `its a wonder they don't ask for colour of eyes and inside leg measurement. Oh please~~Get a life.
Dave Cash
Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 1:45 am
The Wilmslow Annual Town meeting will commence at 7pm tonight (23rd) in Wilmslow Parish Hall, Cliff Road. It allows local electors to question WTC Cllr's position on WTC grant approval. etc.
Kiesha Humphreys
Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 6:08 am
Wouldn't it be better to have a signing in book so people don't have to publicly announce their address? It would also allow WTC to follow up with individuals should that be appropriate.