Don’t feel bad, Jason - linking between relevant pages is a basic function of the World Wide Web, and no one can tell you not to link to their publicly accessible page, provided you do not actually share any of their content on your own website. You’ve done nothing wrong.
This incident raises questions about the nature of FH “Action Group” meetings, which in this case was entered into in good faith by a local councillor.
If the transcription was designed to be shared with certain “parents” groups but not others, that strikes me as a bit odd. No?
Update I see you have edited your post to add a long piece about her supposed intentions. Have a read of her (public) tweets to get a better feel for her thinking on the matter. It strikes me that she’s concerned that the Action Group won’t be able to control the narrative and discussion if it’s on the open web:
If the notes of this public meeting were shared on Facebook, I see no reason why they cannot be shared on other social media?
Obviously Nicola is more than welcome to comment on this here as we are an inclusive, open forum.