wardmight [ˈwɔːdmt] n (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit an assembly of the citizens or liverymen of a ward for the purpose of discussing possibilities.
[see ward, moot, mote]
Wardmights are short meetings for Broad Street electors and club members to have informal discussions about issues involving the future of the ward. Formal matters are handled either directly with elected members or at a Wardmote.
Broad Street Wardmights:
- Ward-Might Wednesday, 11 May, 17:00 – 18:00, Dutch Centre, followed by drinks
Russell Taylor, co-author of the famous/infamous Alex cartoons in The Telegraph, will advance the opportunity for Broad Street Ward, the traditional ward for “trading and exchange”, to house a statue of Alex. The idea of a statue has been ‘mooted’ (sic) these many years. Russell will outline the state of the proposal, the benefits for the ward, the scale of the project, suggested ideas for the statue, suggested locations, state of funding, and how Ward residents and Club members might help achieve this dream.