Webcasting

How to access Suffolk County Council's webcasting site, where you can watch Council meetings live as well as from our archive.

A webcast is live or recorded video footage available online.

We use webcasts to ensure that Suffolk residents can be aware of our decision making process, as openly as possible.

Although County Council meetings are open for the public to attend, webcasting means that you can watch a meeting without having to be there in person.

Using our webcasting micro-site you can watch meetings of the County Council live, as well as from our archive, using your desktop computer, tablet, laptop or mobile.

To view our webcasts, go to our microsite by clicking the green button below:

Watch webcasts

When do meetings take place?

The next County Council meeting is on Thursday 20 July 2017.

To find out when the County Council will be meeting visit our Council meeting dates page.

Other ways to access meetings

County Council meetings are open for the public to attend.

If you wish to speak at a meeting, you have to apply beforehand. Find out more on our Apply to speak at a council meeting page.

You can also listen to audio recordings of past County Council meetings via our YouTube channel or Audio recordings page.

Give us feedback

If you would like to give us feedback on your experience of using our webcasting site please email committee.services@suffolk.gov.uk.