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Committee Meetings

Council meetings are formal events held at the Town Hall, High Street, Congleton that all councillors are expected to attend. They usually start at 7pm. The elected Mayor is chair of the Council during year their of office.

The meetings are open to the public except where sensitive issues are discussed (such as legal, contractual or staffing matters). Congleton Town Council chooses to have a committee system whereby a smaller group of Councillors, usually 8 or 9 concentrate on specific functions and either make recommendations to full council or have delegated powers to make their own decisions. By clicking onto the meeting you are interested in from the list below, you will be able to view agendas and minutes, a list of members for each committee and its main areas of responsibility.

The committees items align to the strategic objectives outlined in the Town Council’s Business Plan 2020-2023

There will be 15 minutes available at each meeting to receive any questions from Members of the Public, either verbally at the meeting and including those which have been received in writing 7 days prior to the meeting.

View all Agendas and Minutes by clicking below

Congleton’s Annual Council Meeting 6th May 2021 

Congleton Town Council held its annual meeting virtually. At this meeting Cllr Denis Murphy was elected as Mayor and Councillor Margaret Gartside as Deputy Mayor. The Council also elected members to commitees and working groups and elected chairs and vice chairs for the groups. Click here to see a You Tube Video of the event can be seen here 

Congleton’s Annual Town Meeting 2021

Congleton’s Annual Town Meeting was held virtually on Thursday 8th April. Members of the public heard presentations from councillors on the Household Waste Recycling Centre, Neighbourhood Plan, Climate Change, Domestic Abuse and Building Back from COVID-19 plus questions from residents. For an opportunity to view the meeting, click the video link below:

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