The Annual Parish Meeting is called by the Chairman of the Council to discuss parish affairs.
The purpose of the meeting is for the community to engage with the Parish Council and discuss local issues and must be held between 1st March and 1st June each year. Four Marks Parish Council have historically held their Annual Parish Meeting on the second Wednesday of April, however it is not a formal Council meeting, and members of the public are invited to participate.
The Chairman, District and County Councillors, and the Responsible Financial Officer each report on their respective areas highlighting the past years events, and the Chairman generally arranges a speaker on a topical subject to encourage community involvement.
2018 saw the introduction of the Community Award to acknowledge volunteers work amongst the community.
The Minutes of the meeting are approved in principle at a subsequent Parish Council meeting, but are not formally approved until the following meeting.