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.
We webcast live to our YouTube channel, you can watch meetings of the County Council live, as well as from our archive, using your desktop computer, tablet, laptop or mobile.
We also webcast Cabinet meetings, you can find further details on how to access the webcasts on the Cabinet Page.
Choose a County Council webcastLatest meeting: 13 February 2020 (2pm)
View past meetings:
- 17 October 2019
- 18 July 2019
- 23 May 2019
- 21 March 2019
- 14 February 2019 - Due to technically difficulties sound does not start until 25:30 on this video
- 6 December 2018
- 18 October 2018
- 19 July 2018
- 24 May 2018
- 22 March 2018
- 8 February 2018
- 7 December 2017
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.
Give us feedback
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to give us feedback on your experience of using our webcasting site.