COVID-19 – Urgent Update

Monday, March 23rd, 2020
Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

In light of the latest government guidance on social distancing and social isolation, the Council has taken the decision to suspend all meetings of Amersham Town Council with immediate effect until further notice.  Council staff will however continue working, endeavouring to provide our normal service, as long as these activities are within the prevailing government guidelines..  The health and safety of Councillors, staff and the public are our primary concern.  The office staff can be contacted via phone on 01494 434000 or email on admin@amersham-tc.gov.uk but we would respectfully request residents refrain from visiting the office in person.

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