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This page lists the meetings for Full Council.
There is an annual
council meeting each May and there are usually five or six other
full council meetings held during the year. Meetings of the council
are normally open to the public and the business to be discussed is
always published in advance in an agenda.
The councillor who is
appointed to chair the meetings of the council is called the mayor.
There is also a deputy mayor who can act in the mayor's absence.
The mayor is the first citizen of the borough and represents the
council and the people of the borough at ceremonial and other civic
functions. Click on the links for more information about the mayor
and civic regalia.
The council as a whole
(that is to say all 30 elected councillors) makes decisions on the
constitution and determines key policies and the annual
The current political
composition of the Council is:
Conservative - 13
UKIP - 12
Independent - 2
Labour - 2
Unaligned - 1
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