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Meeting days:

  • Full Council: meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 19:00 when there is business to conduct; it does not normally meet in December and August.
  • The Planning & Environment Committee: meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 19:00
  • The Management Committee: meets 19:00 on the 4th Tuesday of the month, every other month or when there is business to conduct.

Agendas are posted into the website 5 days before the meeting takes place, minutes are posted 28 days after the meeting has taken place. Please be aware that the start times of meetings are subject to change this will be recorded on the agenda, so please check. 

All meetings are open for parishioners to attend and up to fifteen minutes is made available at the beginning of each meeting for members of the public to ask questions or make comments on any matter of interest or concern. Copies of minutes are posted on to this website to download.

Calendar of Meetings 2022:

 Full Council:
First Tuesday
Third Tuesday
Fourth Tuesday
January4th & 18th 18th25th
February1st15thNo Meeting
March1st 15th29th
April5th19thNo Meeting
May10th (note change of day)
The Annual Council Meeting
June7th21stNo Meeting
AugustNo Meeting16thNo Meeting
October4th18thNo Meeting
November1st 15th22nd
December20thNo Meeting

Meetings since Covid:

On the 11th of March 2020 the World Health Organization declared a Global Pandemic and within the space of just one month life as we once knew it changed. The Parish Council was for a while unable to hold meetings, then the Government passed new legislation that enabled all local councils to meet using remote technology, the first remote Full Council meeting was called in June 2020.

In May 2021 the legislation allowing the Parish Council to hold formal remote meetings ended and the Council was forced to return to having in-person meeting to make decisions. Some informal remote meeting have still be held, but they will come to an end in August 2021 and from then on in all the meetings will be in-person ones.

Meeting in-person clearly comes with risks and anyone attending is encouraged to take a lateral flow test before coming the meetings. You may wear a facemask, but most of the Councillors are choosing not to.