Parish Council

Protecting the village for us and future generations to enjoy.

The Parish Council is the first level of democracy providing local voice on local affairs.

The Parish Council comprises of 9 members elected every 4 years to represent the residents of the Parish. Councillors must be 18 years of age or over and live or work within 3 miles of the village. In law, the Council is a single corporate body and the decisions it takes are the responsibility of the Council as a whole. Councillors work as volunteers receiving no remuneration.

The Clerk is an employee of the Council and undertakes the Council’s instructions, offering advice in relation to law and policy. As well as providing information to make effective and informed decisions, she is also responsible for the financial records.

Do click on the following links to find out more about the Council and what we do.

Your Council
The Council’s Role
Contacting the Council
Parish Council Meetings
Planning Committee Meetings
Grant Scheme
Finance
Neighbourhood Plan

Precept
Newsletters
Other Information
- policy documents
Village Major Emergency Plan