Our record on holding public meetings

  • This seems to have suddenly become a contentious issue in the remaining hours of the campaign, so we thought we would show that our councillors have not been “invisible”, as some of our opponents have suggested.

    WARD MEETINGS

    2012/13
    28 January 2013 at Lodge Hill Primary 6.30pm & 7pm

    2013/14
    11 June 2013 at Caerleon Town Hall 6pm & 6.30pm
    3 October 2013 at Christchurch Village Hall 2pm & 2.30pm
    3 February 2014 at Lodge Hill Primary 6pm & 6.30pm

    2014/15
    3 June 2014 at Caerleon Town Hall 6pm & 6.30pm
    2 October 2014 at Christchurch Village Hall at 6pm & 6.30pm
    2 February 2015 at Lodge Hill Primary School 6pm & 6.30pm

    2015/16
    1 June 2015 at Caerleon Town Hall 2pm & 2.30pm
    26 October 2015 at Lodge Hill Primary 2pm & 2.30pm

    2016/17
    12 July 2016 at Christchurch Village Hall 6pm & 6.30pm
    16 February 2017 at Caerleon Town Hall 2pm & 2.30pm

    OTHER PUBLIC MEETINGS

    6 JAN 2014 2pm Caerleon Town Hall Goldcroft Common residents meeting
    13 FEB 2014 7pm Caerleon Town Hall Licensing public meeting
    20 FEB 2014 6pm Goldcroft Common resident’s meeting
    23 FEB 2014 7pm Caerleon Town Hall NATO public meeting
    13 OCT 2014 6.30pm Westgate Court residents meeting
    3 MAR 2016 6pm Caerleon Campus Natural Resources Wales, Flood meeting
    5 APRIL 2016 6pm Caerleon Town Hall 2nd Natural Resources Wales, Flood meeting
    12 APRIL 2016 7pm Caerleon Town Hall Caerleon Campus public meeting
    8 SEPT 2016 6.30pm New Road residents meeting
    1 DEC 2016 6pm Caerleon Lodge Hill Primary School inaugural public meeting to set up Home Farm Playground Committee

    We have also reminded our opponents that in 2011 the then Conservative/Lib Dem administration tried scrap Ward meetings and Councillor Gail Giles had to fight hard to retain them. To see what we wrote at the time Click here 

    And this from an earlier website Click here.  

     

     

     


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