Members of the public can ask questions and have their say at the Saffron Walden annual town meeting.

The meeting will take place on Monday, April 8 at 7.30pm in the Town Hall.

Open to all Saffron Walden residents, the meeting provides an opportunity to raise any questions related to the activities of Saffron Walden Town Council.

Residents can ask about the operations of the council, including services like open spaces, the market, allotments, the cemetery, play areas, and public buildings.

The council may delay answering certain questions if further information needs to be reviewed.

Residents attending the meeting will have to present proof of residence in the form of a photo ID such as a driving licence or passport.

Alternatively they can use a council tax or utility bill displaying their name and address.

Residents of Saffron Walden who are not on the electoral roll can watch the meeting, but will not be able to participate, ask a question, or vote on any issues.


Anyone unavailable to attend is requested to submit viewpoints in writing to the town hall or via email.

Community groups that benefited from the council’s funding and support will also present details of their activities.

The agenda and supporting documents can be accessed online.