Find out about past achievements and have a look at what the future may hold, at Leighton-Linslade Town Council’s annual parish meeting.
The gathering takes place on Monday, March at 7.30pm and is open to all residents of the parish. This year, to celebrate the refurbishment of the pavilion building at Mentmore Park, Mentmore Road, Linslade, the meeting will take place there, rather than at the White House.
A council spokesman said: “The light and airy refurbished hall provides a much larger meeting space than the council chamber and we hope to welcome as many local residents as possible to the event.”
The parish meeting presents an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions about what the town council has achieved over the past year and to find out about plans for the future.
Town councillors representing the four main committees will be present to answer any questions about the work of the council, which is responsible for many aspects of the parish including parks and open spaces, allotments, cemeteries, community events, community grants and Christmas lighting.
The spokesman added: “In addition, this year we are pleased to welcome representatives from the Friends of Tiddenfoot Waterside Park and the Leighton-Linslade in Bloom committee. Why not come along and find out more about what these enthusiastic volunteers are doing in our local green spaces?”