HEALTH, parking charges and bus services are likely to be major talking points when Ludlow residents put councillors under the microscope.

Ludlow Town residents meeting will provide an opportunity to ask questions and listen to the achievements and plans.

The annual meeting takes place at the Rockspring Centre on Monday at 7pm.

Tim Gill Mayor of Ludlow will make a presentation along with the chairs of the various committees.

It provides an opportunity for people from the town to seek answers to questions about the work of the council during the past 12 months as well as looking to the future.

Items likely to be discussed include the impact of new parking charges that were introduced at the end of 2018 amid fears that it would damage business for traders in the town.

The council is also likely to update residents with progress that has been made with the project to repair the town walls and how the work is to be funded.

Almost certain to be discussed will the health services including the future of Ludlow Hospital, maternity services and a suggestion from that all health services should be brought together under one roof.

The council is also expected to be quizzed on its response to a consultation about a proposal to reduce the frequency of bus services.