Now the authority is back in the news, or at least the South Shropshire Journal:
Four councillors have been called on to stand down from Ludlow Town Council amid allegations of bullying, following the resignation of the authority’s clerk.
Former town mayor John Aitken and fellow councillors Viv Parry, Susan McCormack and Jeffry Wilcox have been accused of bullying town clerk Veronica Calderbank over a period of several months and failing to act in the interests of the people of the town.The report goes on to say that a dossier of letters and town council committee minutes connected with the allegations was presented at a meeting of the council on Monday and that at least one of those named denies those allegations.
On a happier note, we have managed to obtain an exclusive interview with Sarky, the dog who used to attend meetings...
Liberal England: So, Sarky, what was it like attending meetings of Ludlow Town Council?