The Audit and Governance Committee supports
effective corporate governance and gives assurance to the Council
and the public on financial and performance issues, risk management
and other relevant controls.
The Committee considers and approves the annual statement of
accounts on behalf of the Council as well as considers the audit
plans of both internal and external auditors and comments on their
These meetings are open to the public and
press and will be held in public unless the matter to be discussed
is confidential or exempt.
Where it Meets
Unless otherwise shown, all meetings are held at:
When it Meets
There are usually four meetings a year,
although additional meetings can be held at any time, with the
and Governance Committee Meeting Dates
Agendas and Minutes
There are currently six members of the Audit
and Governance Committee.
Members of the public can take part by asking
a question or making a comment having given appropriate notice (at
least by 9.00a.m on the morning of the working day prior to the
date of the meeting).
If you would like to know more about future meetings of the
Audit and Governance Committee Cabinet or would like ask a question
or make a comment please contact us.
Email: Simon Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
Democratic Services Team
Worcestershire County Council Audit
and Governance Committee Members
|Mr S J Clee
|Mr N Desmond
|Mr W P Gretton
|Mr L C R Mallett
|Mr R J Sutton
|Mr P A
|Mrs S Askin
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