On the side are the different sets of minutes from past years.
Minutes are compiled by the Parish Clerk and must be published within one month of the meeting taking place.
The minutes are reviewed at the next standard meeting and Councillors are invited to comment or request adjustments. If the amendment is accepted, through a motion or resolution, the minutes are changed and initialled by the Chairman. The minutes must be accepted by council through a vote.
Individual members of the public are not identified through the minutes although people who address the meeting as a presentation or similar will be named.
Minutes show when a meeting took place, the length of time it took, the subjects covered and any resolutions or actions. It is not intended to be a recording of every statement made or who spoke about what.
Votes are recorded as unanimous or majority. Unless requested by a councillor, no record is kept of which councillor voted on what.