Providing a large number of services in its area and representing the town on all matters affecting Bridport and West Bay.
New ‘Who Does What’ Directory Produced
Bridport Town Council has devised a directory of services aimed at simplifying access to local public services. The directory lists, in alphabetical order, services and issues that the public regularly ask about, and provides web, email, phone and postal contact information for the organisation. Town Clerk Will Austin said he hoped it would help people by removing the need to know which organisation provides a particular service. “Accessing public services can be very complicated”, said Will, “especially with different layers of local government, and sometimes different organisations providing the same or similar services. The directory enables people to contact someone without needing to know in advance who provides the service.”
The directory can be found at https://www.bridport-tc.gov.uk/services-and-contact-information/. If users spot any mistakes or out-of-date information, please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town Council Meetings
All meetings are held at Mountifeld except where shown otherwise. See Committee Meetings for all Agendas and Minutes. Agendas for forthcoming meetings will be published at least 5 days before the meeting.
- Full Council (Town Hall) 09 April: Agenda / Minutes
- Plans Committee 29 April: Agenda / Minutes
- Special Town Council Meeting (Town Hall) 26 March 2019: Agenda / Minutes
- Annual Town Meeting (Town Hall) 26 March 2019: Agenda / Minutes
- Plans Committee 25 March 2019: Agenda / Minutes
- Finance and General Purposes Committee 20 March 2019: Agenda / Minutes
- Environment & Social Wellbeing Committee 13 March 2019: Agenda / Minutes
Please see the attached document for the Statements of Persons Nominated for Parishes and Towns.
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