Parish councils in England are the first tier of local government. There are around 10,000 local councils in England and Wales, made up of nearly 100,000 councillors. They deliver a range of services at a community level and their role is to represent the local community, provide services to meet local needs and improve quality of life and community wellbeing.
The Spaldwick Parish Council holds regular meetings, which represent the way normal parish council business is carried out. These meetings usually discuss a range of matters, including planning applications and ongoing activity within the Parish of Spaldwick, such as items brought to the attention of the Council by Spaldwick residents.
The Spaldwick Parish Council usually meets monthly on a Thursday at 8pm in the Community Room at Spaldwick School. The dates and times of meetings are published on the Spaldwick Diary page.
You are welcome to attend Parish Council meetings
You are most welcome to attend these meetings, so please come along!
Agenda and minutes
The latest agenda and minutes from previous Parish Council meetings can be found here on the Council’s own website:
Contact the Parish Council Clerk
In order to contact the Spaldwick Parish Council, please write to:
Sarah Cardwell (Clerk to Spaldwick Parish Council)
63 Highfield Avenue