FILMING AND RECORDING OF COUNCIL MEETINGS AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF
THE DATA PROTECTION ACT 2018
Any person present at a Council meeting may not orally report or comment about a Council meeting as it takes place but otherwise may; film, photograph, or make an audio recording of a meeting; use any other means for enabling persons not present to see or hear proceedings at a meeting as it takes place or later; report or comment on the proceedings in writing during or after a meeting, or orally report or comment after the meeting. Anyone making a recording for non-domestic purposes is advised to seek advice on their obligations to ensure any processing of personal information complies with the Data Protection Act.
Anyone who objects to being filmed or recorded should notify the Clerk prior to the commencement of the meeting.
Please note that, until further notice and due to coronavirus regulations, Members of the public wishing to attend Parish Council meetings should email the Clerk to reserve a place which will be allocated on a first come basis.
If you do wish to attend you are advised to test before the meeting. Most pharmacies are providing free rapid lateral flow tests from your nearest pharmacy.
The Parish Council reserves the right to control the number of people allowed to attend meetings.
An informal Zoom meeting is to be held to interview candidates for co-option to the Parish Council. Members of the public are invited to attend. The meeting will commence at 7 pm. Successful candidates will be formally co-opted at the Parish Council meeting to be held on 22 June 2021.
27 October 2020
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