Vandalism in Jubilee Park will be discussed by Whitchurch councillors when they meet tomorrow (Thursday).

Members of the Parks and Public Realms committee will receive an update on recent spates of vandalism and the committee is requested to consider security measures for the toilets in the park.

The committee will also receive an update on progress on the all-inclusive play area at Wheatsheaf Drive and consider next steps and will receive information on potential match-funding for the all-inclusive play area.

The purchasing of noticeboards is also on the agenda, with discussions to take place on which noticeboards to purchase and where to place them.

Play equipment in Jubilee Park will also be discussed, as the rope on the basket swing has snapped.

The clerk of the council is making enquiries on whether the item is under warranty, while the committee is requested to allow the clerk to purchase another basket swing, at a price of £300 plus VAT, if not covered by the warranty.

The meeting in the Edward German room of the Whitchurch Civic Centre will begin at 7pm and be followed by the Cultural and Civic committee which will meet at 8pm.

The Cultural and Civic committee members will start by receiving draft terms of reference for a Film Screening Working Group and decide on the regularity of meetings.

The committee is requested to consider what type of sound and lighting systems the council wants to have installed in the main hall and, if necessary, nominate a member to write a tender specification.

Committee members will also hear of the upcoming events at the Civic Centre for the next 12 months, including the booking policy and costs.

A quote for house lights in the main hall will also be heard, prior to work beginning next week.

The committee will also receive quotes from electrical companies to undertake an electrical condition survey of the wiring for the ceiling lights in the Market Hall.

Committee members will hear an update for the Christmas switch-on event and will receive quotes and agree on company to install and take down lighting for 2019.

Committee members are also requested to consider extending this contract for a five-year period.

And finally the committee is requested to set a date for an informal meeting to discuss the way forward for the annual Party in the Park event.

The meetings are the first to be held since the end of the summer recess.