D is for Democracy

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The Council

Every year 117 public meetings are scheduled to take place at Worcestershire County Council.

A photo of the voting chamber in County Hall, WorcesterThese meetings include Full Council and Cabinet, Committee meetings.  As well as scrutiny panels designed to give councillors a chance to look in detail and feedback on key issues before they are later discussed and before decisions are made at Cabinet and Full Council.

So far this year 28 decisions have been taken by Cabinet, with one meeting left for the year on the 14th Dec.

We have 57 councillors across 52 divisions here in Worcestershire. You can find out who your local councillor is and how to contact them by visiting the Your Councillors webpage.

If you would like to have your say or participate in a public meeting, please visit the Attend Meetings at the County Hall webpage for more information on how to get involved.

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