Published: April 20, 2009
Burnham-On-Sea's annual town council meeting set to be held

Policing in Burnham and Highbridge is among the topics set to be discussed at the 36th annual town meeting, due to be held tonight (Monday 20th April).

The public meeting will be held at 7pm in the Old Courthouse in Jaycroft Road under the chairmanship of the town's Mayor, Cllr Peter Burridge-Clayton.

"This is an open meeting for members of the electorate of Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge to hear reports on the activities of the Town Council over the past year, and its aspirations for the coming year," explained town clerk Eileen Shaw.

A representative from Burnham police will give a report on policing issues in Burnham and Highbridge, and there will also be a short report from Burnham and Highbridge Youth Town Council.

There will also be a brief presentation on the issues of Severn Tidal Power and the future development of nuclear facilities at Hinkley Point. Of particular interest to Highbridge residents will be an outline of plans for the future redevelopment of the town.

Most importantly this is an opportunity for electors to raise any matters of concern within the parish, and to ask questions about the work of their local council. Copies of the town council's annual report and accounts will also be available to anyone attending the meeting.

For further information please contact the Town Clerk, Mrs Eileen Shaw by telephone on 01278 788088 or by via e-mail.

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