Parish Council Meetings
The next meeting will be the on Monday 22nd March 2021 at 6.30pm. This meeting will be held by video conference via Zoom. The Zoom link is on the Agenda.
Members of the public are welcome to attend this video conference.
Responses from the Parish Council can be viewed by contacting the Clerk
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The Agenda will be placed on the website three clear days before the meeting.
Under the Coronavirus Act 2020 the Government have now set out legislation for Parish Councils to hold virtual meetings until May 2021. These meetings can be held remotely and removes the requirement for the annual meeting this year and the re-election of the Chair.
A guide has been produced by the Parish Council to assist with parishioners questions as to what happens at meetings. Guide for Public attending meetings
Parish Council meetings
The dates of forthcoming meetings in 2021 are:
Monday 18th January
Monday 22nd March
Monday 24th May
Monday 19th July
Monday 20th September
Monday 22nd November
Ordinary General Meetings are held every two months. They are held in the Nelson Hall and begin at 6.30pm. At these meetings the council undertakes general business relating to the running of the village. Everyone is extremely welcome to come along. Please ensure that mobile phones are switched off before the meeting starts.
Public Participation: Members of the public are invited to attend all meetings of the Council but may not take part in the debates. However, at the start and at the end of the main meeting there is a time set aside for members of the public to make any comments that they would like to bring to the attention of Councillors. Comments may be on any subject of concern to the Council, including items that are to be discussed later, or on other issues entirely. However, in the latter case the public are asked to bear in mind that legally the Council can only discuss items that have been advertised in the published agenda. Therefore, members of the public introducing new subjects may have to wait until the following meeting before the Council is able to debate the matter.