The 1972 Local Government Act requires every town and parish council to host a meeting between March and June each year, to which all their electors are invited. The meeting is open to the public and all residents of the parish St Ives, Carbis Bay, Lelant and Halsetown are entitled to raise an issue of their choice and vote at the meeting.
In recent years, St Ives has hosted the event as an annual meeting and used it as an opportunity to debate important local issues and celebrate community achievements and awards, including citizen of the year. The Council also produces an annual review of the year, which is available as a PDF or a printed copy, upon request.
Fully Accessible – flat access and lifts available.
Partially Accessible – Some slopes, steps and rough ground.
Not Accessible – Steps, rough ground and steep access. Not suitable for persons in a wheelchair.