parish council


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parish council

(in England and, formerly, Wales) the administrative body of a parish
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Now Oswestry Rural Parish Council has made it clear the road was not designated as an area of concern and it made no representation to Shropshire Council.
But last month the parish council voted to rescind its decision to hire a co-ordinator, which sparked anger from the public and some council members opposed to the Uturn.
Requirement: locally based organisation ( within a 10 miles radius) required by hook parish council to manage the parish councils owned football and cricket sports pitches, in accordance with a maintenance schedule for up to a 3 year period.
Sally Barber, clerk of Holme Valley Parish Council (HVPC), was given a 27-month sentence earlier this month after admitting PS138,000 VAT fraud, following a probe by HMRC.
Retiring parish council chairman Adrian Walmsley said: "Sincere thanks are due to those parish councillors who, working alongside the parish clerk, have worked so diligently to achieve this exceptional recognition.
Chelmsley Wood Town Council (Alcott Wood ward), Barston Parish Council (Barston ward), Bickenhill and Marston Green Parish Council (Merstone ward).
The parish council's website can be found at www.hotonparishcouncil.org.uk and contains meeting agendas and minutes, current planning applications in Hoton, local news, playing field information and information on events at the Village Hall.
"I look forward to May in what the Labour party will say in their leaflet in the parish council elections because it's every four years, and it's due this year - I think somebody should have told the leader that.
One such letter came from the local parish council which, among other objections, said there were no special circumstances justifyingremoving the 13-acre site from the green belt.
Nunthorpe Parish Council to discuss residents' concerns and objections to the council's plan to re-jig the Southern Cross junction' at Dixons Bank and Stainton Way.
Finham Parish Council has opted to trial a new scheme handing out bags to dog owners for free after receiving "many complaints" from residents about dog mess left behind on pavements in the area.
AN investigation has been launched after photos of a parish council boss dressed as a "golliwog" emerged online.