CAMPAIGNERS from the Save Pauls Moss group will hope to dominate proceedings at this month's Whitchurch Town Council meeting.

The group will present an exhibition outlining their alternative Pauls Moss plans before the meeting, which councillors have been invited to view before the meeting, which will be held at the Civic Centre at 7.15pm on Thursday.

Whitchurch Town Council has also been requested to nominate a councillor to attend the Shropshire Council North Planning meeting to represent its views on the medical centre development at Pauls Moss.

Also on the agenda for Thursday's meeting will be the council's decision on whether to take control of the Whitchurch Waterways Country Park from Shropshire Council via a Community Asset Transfer.

Following discussion with market traders, the council has been requested to approve the decision by the traders to move from the market hall into the main hall of the Civic Centre with effect from Friday, July 5.

It has been proposed the council evaluate the move at a six-week interval and to run the market from the main hall for six months, until the end of 2019.

Councillors will also review a report on the recent Party in the Park and provide clarity for future proposals.

Following a recommendation from the Finance Committee, Councillor Simon Hamlyn and the town clerk will urge the town council to use green energy going forwards.

They say there is a slight rise in cost for this, but the rise is not excessive and meets with the current criteria already agreed.

Finally Cllr Andy Hall will again put forward Motion 15, proposing the usage of youth workers in Whitchurch.

Cllr Hall's proposal is that Whitchurch Town Council should engage the services of youth workers to provide information, advice and guidance to young people using Jubilee Park and other public areas within Whitchurch town centre.

The proposals add that youth workers should gauge the thoughts of young people via informal discussions and/or survey in the design and location of the agreed youth pod.

Cllr Hall said: "It is proposed this delivery is time-tabled to take place for a short time period of up to eight weeks through the summer months with the outcomes, results and effectiveness assessed from information gathered.”