The chair, the clerk and the Cllrs - and the public for that matter - need to get a grip of what can / cannot occur at a council meeting.
Any person may video / audio record a public meeting. I've been doing it for years (since mid 2018) - although the first occasion still makes me laugh when I watch it (its on YouTube if anyone wants to see it.)
The PC had a right hairy fit lead by the then clerk (later handed lunch in a road map.) Even the County Cllr in attendance was observably 'put out' by it - but the funniest part of all, in his surreptitious attempts to covertly sneak a picture of me overtly video recording the meeting he was actually DOING that which he set out to catch a picture of me doing so that he could present it to (I presume what he thought to be the powers that be) in an attempt to curtail me from doing it.
The irony was exquisite!
Having literally forced it upon them, the PC then educated themselves and came to realise it was entirely reasonable, lawful and appropriate behaviour despite their best attempts to prevent with attempted motions to relinquish a personal Facebook page to PC control, various motions claiming that filming was "disturbing" the meeting, threatening letters from legal firm at tax payers expense... All to no avail.
Eventually, they came to realise that they needed to do their own filming and livestream. It was just a shame it had to be forced upon them rather than showing the leadership, knowledge and public engagement they should have as a matter of routine...