A 'Foundation' Council

2019

Council Meetings

Agendas and Minutes of Parish Council Meetings

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Meetings for 2019
(Subject to cancellation/change)

Date

Meeting

Venue

8th January

Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

                                          Download Agenda here

Download  Minutes here

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

5th February

Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

Download Agenda here

Download Mins here

Clerk’s Report here

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

5th March

Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

Download Agenda here

Download DRAFT Mins here

Clerk’s Report here

Bicknacre Memorial Village Hall

2nd April Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

Download Agenda here

Download DRAFT Mins  here

Download Clerk’s Report here

Bicknacre Memorial Village Hall

 

16th May Annual Council Meeting @ 7:30pm
This meeting is the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council and can be held on any day in May except in an election year when the meeting must take place within 14 days of the the Chairman taking office.

Bicknacre Memorial Village Hall

24th May Annual Parish Meeting @ 8:00pm
The Parish Meeting must assemble annually between 1st March and 1st June. This is the meeting of Electorates.

Bicknacre
Village Hall

Doors open 7pm

4th June

Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

Bicknacre Memorial Village Hall.

2nd July

 

Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

 

Bicknacre Memorial Village Hall.

 NO MEETINGS IN AUGUST COUNCIL IN RECESS
3rd September Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

8th October Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

5th November Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

3rd December Parish Council Meeting @ 7:30pm

The School Room, Woodham Ferrers

Meetings commence at 7:30pm unless otherwise stated.

The dates of the meetings of the Parish Council are always posted on the notice boards and are open to members of the public, so why not come along and see how your Parish Council works for the Community? If you have something to contribute, there is always a public session of 15-20 Minutes at the start of the meeting for anyone to address us on any matter.