Wow! Is there some confusion here about the title of the meeting? I sincerely hope so.
There shouldn't be an ordinary meeting following the Annual Parish Council Meeting. The Annual Parish Council Meeting is the title given to a parish council's May meeting and it should be treated as a normal parish council meeting. The only difference is that there are agenda items dictated by statute, such as the election of Chair and, if desired, Vice Chair. Your standing orders should include a list of these items. This meeting is often incorrectly titled AGM, but councils don't have AGM's.
The Annual Parish Meeting is completely different. It is sometimes called the Annual Assembly or Parish Assembly or Annual Meeting of Electors. It is not a parish council meeting, although it is usually arranged by the parish council (but can be called by electors) and the Chair of the Parish Council, if present, should chair it. It takes place between 1 March and 1 June. Full details of this meeting are included in Schedule 12, Part 3 of the Local Government Act 1972. The minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting can only be approved by the Annual Parish Meeting, so we have to wait a whole year to sign them off, but it's good practice to publish them in draft form within a month of the meeting in accordance with the principles of the Transparency Code.