Have your say at the ATM

This year’s Annual Town Meeting is another opportunity for Thame residents to express their views and ask questions about any issue in the town.  Whether you have a major concern or a simple query, Councillors from Town, District and County and staff will be available to answer your questions and address your concerns.  There are all sorts of things going on in Thame, so you must have something you want to know more about?  It is not a meeting of the Town Council, it’s a meeting of the electorate. Unlike normal Council meetings, you do not need to submit your questions beforehand, instead you can just turn up and take part in the Open Forum.  Our infographic, covering the different responsibilities of the different tiers of local government may give you some ideas for questions. The meeting is also an opportunity for us to reflect on what the town and Council have achieved in the past year and our aims for the future. The Mayor, Cllr Ann Midwinter, will chair the meeting in true David Dimbleby / Fiona Bruce fashion.  If we can’t answer your question straightway, we will guarantee to provide an answer, in writing, later.  So please do join us for the Annual Town Meeting in the Town Hall Upper Chamber on Tuesday 26 March from 7.30pm.

Date posted: Thursday 7 March 2019