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When and where does the Parish Council meet?

The Parish Council meet at 7:30pm on every second Tuesday of the month in the Millennium Room of the Memorial Hall, Whittlesford.The entrance to which is in Mill Lane. The Annual General Meeting is also held in the Memorial Hall. A booklet with all the details is delivered to each household nearer the time.

Can I come to Parish Council meetings?

Absolutely! You are welcome to attend the public monthly meetings and annual general meeting. This is a great opportunity to find out what it going on in and around your village, to have your say and even to find out how you can get involved in helping to make your village a better place for all. All members of the public are asked to sign in when then attend.

How do I present my ideas or concerns to the Parish Council?

If possible, you might consider discussing the matter first with one of your Parish Councillors. They may be able to give you valuable background and support you in putting your views to the Council. Next, put your thoughts into writing as either a letter or an email to the Parish Clerk and attend next Parish Council meeting. Correspondence from residents is read out in the meeting for discussion. When you arrive at the meeting tell the Parish Clerk that you have come along. The Chairman will then be able to invite you to have your say.