24th February 2017
Dates for Friday Socials at the Village Hall
Friday 24th February
Friday 24th March
Friday 28th April
Friday 26th May
Friday 29th June
27 January 2017
Latest January 2017 Bugle now available
21st June 2016
See information about Operation Aardwolf on the Village News page
Currently the Parish Council comprises 5 members (the maximum possible) and meets bimonthly.
The agenda for the meeting can be viewed in advance on this website and on the noticeboard outside the Village Hall. Please forward any items you wish to include on the agenda to the Clerk 7 days before the meeting. The Parish Council welcomes public involvement at the meetings and will always make time for the public to speak. Minutes are approved at the following meeting and can be viewed on this website and on the Village Hall noticeboard. The Parish Council is responsible for the running and maintenance of the Village Hall.
District and County Councillors details can be found here.
Could I be a parish councillor?
As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. It helps if you're a "people person" who enjoys talking to other residents but, more importantly, you need to have the concerns and best interests of the parish as a whole at heart. Councillors are community leaders and should represent the aspirations of the public that they serve. Parish councils are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public. Why don't you stand for your local parish council and see what difference you can make to your local community?
How much time does it take up and when?
On average, less than a couple of hours a week. Obviously there are some councillors who spend more time than this - and some less, but in the main, being a parish councillor is an enjoyable way of contributing to your community and helping to make it a better place to live and work. Council meetings are always held in the evening - as are most meetings of the other groups which councillors attend on the Council's behalf. Talking and listening to your fellow parishioners can be done at any time but you must be able to spend a couple of hours every six to eight weeks (in the evening) attending the Council meeting.
Am I qualified?
Most people are. However there are a few basic rules. You have to be:
There are also some other disqualifications relating to candidacy.