- If for any reason you are not fully vaccinated, please do not attend Parish Council meetings unless you can show the Chairman or Clerk a negative LFT taken on the day of the meeting.
- Nobody should attend a Parish Council meeting if they have symptoms or have had a positive PCR/LFT in the last 7 days.
- Mask wearing at Parish Council meetings is no longer obligatory.
- Anyone not attending the meeting may submit a written question to the Clerk not less than 24 hours prior to the meeting, which will be read out for consideration. Contact the Clerk
Thank you for your cooperation.
Date: Tuesday 13th December 2022 at 7.30pm
Agenda: Will be published here no later than 9th December
Venue: The Village Hall
Planning: None at present
PLEASE READ THE COVID RULES ABOVE BEFORE DECIDING TO ATTEND THIS MEETING
Legal Public Participation at Meetings
10 Minutes called Open Forum are set aside at the beginning of each meeting. The public may comment during this time ONLY.
After this time, public involvement is not allowed unless at the discretion of the Chairman.
Items raised at the Open Forum do not require an immediate response from the Parish Council as anything not detailed on the Agenda, can’t be resolved (no decisions can be made).
Council meetings must be open for the public to view however, the Open Forum section is at the discretion of the Council.
These are all the set meeting dates. The Council may hold additional meetings to discuss time-sensitive issues, such as a planning application. These will be added as required.
Please click on the files below to access current & previous Agendas.
The Minutes of meetings are published in draft form a few days after the meeting has taken place. You can access these by visiting the Minutes page.
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Parish Council Powers & Duties
All Parish Council’s have to restrict their business to a list of prescribed Services and Duties. Items on the list below are not what a Parish Council MUST provide, rather a list of items that a Parish Council may be asked to consider or to lobby District/County Councils to provide.
List of Parish Council Powers