Wadebridge Town Council is holding a Town Meeting on Thursday 21 February 2019, 6:30pm at the Town Hall.

Aim of the meeting - The aim of the meeting is to give residents a chance to ask questions, voice their queries and issues with the services currently provided by both the Town Council and Cornwall Council. Several Town Councillors have received negative comments from the community and would like an opportunity to find out if Wadebridge residents and/or local groups feel they are receiving value for money.

Outcome - It is hoped that the outcome will be that both council's will be more aware of the expectations of the residents of Wadebridge and have a better understanding of what is working and more importantly what isn't working with the services in Wadebridge and, to take on board feedback and suggestions to improve the delivery of services.

The meeting will also be the perfect forum to outline the differences between the two tiers of government - to explain the roles and responsibilities of each council.

Questions / queries - You can ask questions and raise queries on the night but please note that it may not be possible to provide an immediate or full response. If you would like a full response available on the night then please submit your question(s) in writing to the Town Clerk by close of business on Monday 18 February 2019 - contact details are :

e-mail: townclerk@wadebridge-tc.gov.uk
Post: Town Clerk, Wadebridge Town Council, Town Hall, The Platt, Wadebridge, PL27 7AQ In person:
You can deliver your question(s) in person to the Town Council's offices which are open Monday-Friday between 10am-3pm




Wadebridge Library & Information Service will now be open on a Wednesday from 9.30am to 5.00pm from today.

The Town Council look forward to welcoming you to the Wadebridge Library & Information Service where our staff will be pleased to assist you.

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Tuesday 5th February is Safer Internet Day with the theme 'Together for a Better Internet' with the theme of using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.

It will focus on how consent works in an online context and will ask young people to explore how they ask, give and receive consent online.

This could be in their friendships or relationships, how they take and share images and videos or how they manage their privacy and data. The campaign wants this day to empower young people to take control of their online lives and to feel that they can harness and use the positive power of the internet for good.

Wadebridge Libraries display has three parts, 

Be Kind
Be Smart
Think about who you could be talking to online.

We have made some badges for young people to take and share the be smart message and have internet safety plan hand out for parents and carers to check there internet safety at home.

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