Parish Council

Last updated on July 3rd, 2017 at 08:55 pm

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The Parish Council is a tier of government as defined in law with particular statutory responsibilities and duties and it’s members are elected by public vote.

If you are interested to learn more you can find more information on the gov.uk web site and also the Communities, Parish and Local Councils (CPALC) web site.

Find out who your councillors are and all the agendas and minutes of the work of Walsham-le-Willows Parish Council on the Suffolk Cloud.   Publishing them here helps the council to meet its statutory obligations under the Transparency Code.

The minutes of all Parish Council meetings are also published each month in the Walsham Observer.

Parish Council meetings are public meetings and are held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Priory Room from 7pm.  If you wish to come and listen or speak, do please come along.  The meetings follow a pre-defined format and members of the public are invited to speak at a time chosen by the chair.

At least three clear days notice is given of each meeting by a posting on the notice board near the post box in front of the Bowling Club and also in the events calendar on this site.

Agendas, minutes and other documents along with contact details for Parish Councillors can be found om the Parish Council web site.

 


 

Contact


Clerk (Proper Officer) – Kevin Boardley – 01359 259 794
Chair – Maggie Barber – 01359 259 689
Vice Chair – Richard Belson – 01359 258 868