Parish Council Meeting
Thursday 2nd July 2020 will be held REMOTELY. The meeting is open to the press and public via ZOOM application by prior request to the Clerk – e-mail Joy Scott
Parish Council meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of the month at 7.30 pm in the Village Hall. An opportunity is provided for members of the public to raise matters during an open session. Details of the dates, agendas and minutes are also displayed on the Parish Council notice board located outside BJ's Hair & Beauty Studio, Capel Road and at the Village Hall as well as on this website. Additional special meetings may also take place to deal with consultation on planning applications.
Parish Council Meetings 2020
|Thursday 9 January||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 6 February||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 5 March||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 2 April||Council Meeting CANCELLED|
|Thursday 16 April||Annual Parish Meeting POSTPONED|
|Thursday 7 May||Annual Parish Council Meeting POSTPONED
Council Meeting REMOTE MEETING
|Thursday 4 June||Council Meeting REMOTE MEETING|
|Thursday 2 July||Council Meeting REMOTE MEETING|
|Thursday 3 September||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 1 October||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 5 November||Council Meeting|
|Thursday 3 December||Council Meeting|
Meetings normally commence at 7.30 pm.
The Annual Parish Council Meeting in May includes the election of officers including Chairman for the following year. The Annual Parish Meeting allows all electors to have their say and takes place between 1 March & 1 June - LGA 1972.
There may be special additional meetings to deal with consultation on planning applications.
For information on current events and issues: see Notices and Latest News
Please note: Public contribution to Parish Council meetings:
The Parish Council is a statutory body with a duty to bring forward the business of the Parish.
Parish Council meetings offer members of the public an opportunity to contribute and comment on matters on the agenda of the meeting.
- Public sessions are at the discretion of the Chair.
Filming, photographing, broadcasting, or recording meetings. Members of the public are at liberty to undertake these activities, in the interests of transparency, during public open meetings, but should notify the Clerk of their intention to do so. Members of the public not wishing to be filmed or photographed should also notify the clerk, and arrangements will be made to exclude them from filming. If the parish Council wishes to make any recording of the meeting, attendees will be similarly notified.