We now provide 4 Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds for our:
RSS is a format for publishing web content using a technology called XML. It does not provide an alternative to 'real' web pages, but instead provides enough information for you to decide whether or not to visit the page that the full content is on. This information typically consists of a title, brief description, and a web link to the full page.
If a website has provided an RSS feed that is available to the public, your web browser may indicate that it has detected the RSS content. Recent browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 display a 'feed detected' icon similar to this:
Your browser software may allow you to add a bookmark, or favourite, that can read our RSS information and allow you to visit a page containing more information about the minute/agenda, notice, event, or press release.
The following links are to our RSS XML files:
Council minutes and agendas RSS
Public notices RSS
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