While the idea of attending may seem daunting at first, Town Council meetings are a great way to learn first-hand how local decisions are made, and are probably more interesting than you might expect! This Council makes its decisions in public and is committed to community engagement and therefore warmly invites members of the public and the press to attend meetings. Our meetings are now also live streamed via YouTube.
Advice for residents and visitors on how to present to a Town Council meeting
The Town Council warmly welcomes members of the public to observe all of its meetings (bar a few which are confidential or informal workshops). Council meetings are held at 7pm almost every Monday in the Council Chamber, Cornwall’s Meadow, Buckingham MK18 1RP, also online (via Zoom).
Anyone can watch our meetings as they are broadcast live on YouTube or you can catch up on the recording later.
You may, however, have something you want to say to the Town Council. This page will tell you more about attending a meeting to speak to the Council.
Interested in becoming a councillor?
Have you ever considered being a Councillor? It’s a great way to take part in making decisions about Buckingham.