The Annual Town Meeting is a meeting of residents of a town (strictly, electors of a parished area), it isn't a meeting of the town council.Tardis wrote:I wonder what the Town Meeting was then
Each parished area has to hold such a meeting between 1st March and 1st June each year. The meeting should be chaired by the chairman of the town (or parish) council.
In Barlick, unless there's a controversial issue affecting the town, it's not usually very well attended. The Pride of Barnoldswick Awards, which are presented during the meeting, attract a crowd, but folk generally leave when that part's over.