The PC has issued an agenda for the annual parish meeting, the chair having called one. There is no agenda in the councils SOs. I query a number of agenda items. 1. Apologies for absence - as its not a council meeting, no one is required to attend, it is all voluntary. 2. Declarations of interest. As it is not a council meeting, then why is this required and who does the declaring? Members of the public would struggle I guess. 3. Reports from village organisations - these are welcome, but if no representative is there, they are read out. This seems pointless, as how can you question them at the meeting? 4. The council will note the minutes of the meeting - I understand the chair of the last meeting a year before can sign them, and all present who were at the last one can vote them through - but as it is not a council meeting, the council cannot convene to note them at that meeting (probably better to note the draft minutes after the meeting if the council is going to take any actions from the meeting)? Just some thoughts, as happy the council has organised it, but those agenda items are a bit 'councilly'