To all residents of Fullers Slade, Galley Hill and Stony Stratford Town
Your Annual Town Meeting will be held on Wednesday, 24th April 2019 At Stony Stratford Library, 5-7 Church Street, Stony Stratford MK11 1BD
Starting at 7.30pm
- To present the Annual Community Award 2018
- To receive apologies for absence
- To accept minutes of the Annual Town Meeting held on 12th April 2018 as a true record
- To receive the Annual Report of the Chair of Stony Stratford Town Council, Cllr Robert Gifford
- Any questions?
- Presentations from candidates who will be standing for the Stony Stratford Ward in the forthcoming elections
Please remember that this is not a meeting of the Town Council. This is your meeting so come along and have your say. Ask questions and we’ll try to answer them.
Convened by Robert Gifford, Chair
Stony Stratford Town Council, April 2019
Stony Stratford Town Council’s next meeting will be at 19th March at the Small Meeting Place in Galley Hill. The meeting starts at 7pm, and it may be good to have a strong turnout by interested local residents.
We should also mention that, finding there was money left in the 2018/19 SSTC budget earmarked for local groups, Sue Titchmarsh, ( as Events Co-ordinator) has put in an application ( countersigned by Roy Adams, GHRA Treasurer) on GHRA’s behalf for £200 towards running an Easter Egg hunt ( similar to last year) . It would be good if people were there to look the other councillors in the eye when they are making the decision on this.
We are expecting another group of people will be there to express their concerns over some children within the Stony Stratford part Radcliffe School catchment are not being able to gain places at the school.
So, it could be a lively meeting and worthwhile attending.
Following this, on Thursday 21st March it is the GHRAs own monthly meeting, at the Small Meeting Place again at 7pm. and we would like to hear from you there too.
Please try to attend one or both of these meetings if you can so we can remind the Council that we are still here, and to help the GHRA to decide where we should be investing our energies on behalf of everyone in Galley Hill.