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Annual Community Meetings

The Annual Community Meeting (previously known as the Annual Parish Meeting) is a meeting of the electorate held between March 1st and June 1st. This meeting is compulsory in England but not in Wales.

It is not a council meeting although the chair normally calls the meeting and must chair it if present.  There is no set format for this meeting but it could include a presentation of the council's annual report, discussions of ideas for future action, public comment and questions on council performance or a celebration of community organisation.