Nuneaton Council explains why locals can't watch meetings anymore

Locals have been left wondering why they have not been able to watch any Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council meetings lately. For a number of years, council meetings at the Town Hall have been live streamed.

They have also been recorded and then videos posted onto the council website. But no meeting has been live streamed for months and the latest recording was posted back in April.

A resident took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to ask CoventryLive to find out when the streams and recordings would be making a comeback. We contacted the borough council about this.

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In a statement, a council spokesperson explained that the meetings weren't been live streams because there is a fault in the system. There is currently no date estimated for when this will be fixed.

"The live streaming and recording functionality of the audio-visual system is currently out of order due to a fault with the kit and equipment," the spokesperson said. "We’re currently working with suppliers to identify options for replacing the faulty equipment as soon as possible. We will provide an update once we have this information."

Residents are still able to attend council meetings at the Town Hall in person.

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