All the latest meeting minutes from our Parish Council and sub committee meetings.
Parish Council Meeting Dates 2017/18
All our Meeting dates can be viewed here: Meeting Dates
Parish Council Meeting Minutes
All meetings take place in the Council Chambers at 7.00pm.
Minutes - 24th January 2017
Personnel Committee Meetings
Minutes - 21st November 2016
Minutes - 9th November 2016
Minutes - 19th October 2016
Minutes - 12th October 2016
Minutes - 20th September 2016
Minutes - 14th September 2016
Minutes - 13th July 2016
Minutes - 8th June 2016
Minutes - 2nd June 2016
Minutes - 11th May 2016
Minutes - 13th April 2016
Minutes - 9th March 2016
Minutes - 10th February 2016
Minutes - 13th January 2016
Minutes - 14th December 2016
Minutes - 9th December 2015
Minutes - 11th November 2015
Minutes - 14th October 2015
Minutes - 9th September 2015
Minutes - 30th July 2015
Minutes - 8th July 2015
Minutes - 10th June 2015
Minutes - 13th May 2015
Minutes - 8th April 2015
Minutes - 11th March 2015
Minutes - 11th February 2015
Minutes - 14th January 2015
Minutes - 10th December 2014
Minutes - 12th November 2014
Minutes - 8th October 2014
Minutes - 10th September 2014
Minutes - 9th July 2014
Minutes - 11th June 2014
Minutes - 14th May 2014
Minutes - 9th April 2014
Draft Minutes - 12th March 2014
Draft Minutes - 12th February 2014
Draft Minutes - 8th January 2014
Draft Minutes - 11th December 2013
Draft Minutes - 13th November 2013
Draft Minutes - 9th October 2013
Draft Minutes - 11th September 2013
Draft Minutes - 12th June 2013
Draft Minutes - 8th May 2013
Draft Minutes - 10th April 2013
Draft Minutes - 13th March 2013
Draft Minutes - 13th February 2013
Draft Minutes - 9th January 2013
Public and Members Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I attend Parish Council Meetings?
A. Yes. The Parish Council is obliged to publish notices three clear days before each meeting. These notices include details of the meeting - where and when it will take place - plus what is on the agenda. The notices are on display on Council notice boards, in the Village Hall and the local library. They are also available on request from the Parish Clerk.
Q. Can I partipate in the meeting?
A. There is a section of the meeting set aside for questions and petitions from members of the public. You will not however be able to speak in the main part of the meeting unless by prior consent of the Chair.
Q. Can I ask the Parish Council to discuss a particular issue?
A. Yes, you can ask the Clerk or a Councillor to put an item on the agenda. Such a request should not be unreasonably refused.
Q. Can members of the public see the papers?
A. Generally yes. A few matters may, however, be confidential and are not legally available to the public. The minutes of meetings, which summarise decisions made, are published on this website and are available to read at the Parish Office and other public venues. Copies are available on request from the Parish Clerk.
Q. How can I speak to a Councillor?
A. As well as being able to attend most Council meetings and having access to meetings papers and minutes, you can also contact your local Councillor about relevant issues. The list of Councillors' names, contact details and their Committee roles can be found under the 'Meet The Council' section of this website Here.
Q. How do I make a complaint?
A. First you should put your complaint in writing to the Parish Clerk. For more details of the complaints procedure adopted by the Council, please contact the Clerk, details can be found Here.
Q. Can I record, film and broadcast a public meeting?
A. Please read our guidelines regarding the principles of broadcasting public meetings Here.
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