Town Council Meetings

Full Council meetings are held at the Pavilion, on Manor Road playing fields at 7.00pm usually on the second Monday of the month.


Anyone is welcome to attend the meetings but whilst members of the public cannot participate, a short period of time is given for members of the public to air their views on matters directly related to the Town Council.

Due to COVID19 all the meetings that were due to take place from the end of March 2020 were cancelled.  Meetings resumed in July virtually using Zoom. From 7th May 2021 meetings will return to being held in person.

Annual Parish Meeting

10th May 2021

Monthly Ordinary Council Meetings - 7pm (unless otherwise stated)

13th June 2022

9th May 2022

11th April 2022

14th March 2022

7th February 2022

No meeting in January 2022 due to covid restrictions

13th December 2021

8th November 2021

11th October 2021

13th September 2021

19th July 2021

14th June 2021

12th April 2021

8th March 2021

4th January 2021

Planning & Highways Meetings - 6pm (unless otherwise stated)

21st June 2022

21st March 2022

14th February 2022

15th November 2021

12th July 2021

Events Meetings - 7pm (unless otherwise stated) 

21st June 2022

10th May 2022

21st March 2022

21st February 2022

22nd November 2021

7th October 2021

8th June 2021

Finance Meetings - 7pm (unless otherwise stated)

25th April 2022

28th March 2022

29th November 2021

4th October 2021 

12th July 2021

22nd February 2021

Leisure and Pavilion Meetings

27th October 2021

27th July 2021 

13th July 2021

Staffing Meetings - 6pm (unless otherwise stated)

4th May 2022 (7pm)

3rd February 2022

15th November 2021

14th July 2021

30th June 2021

23rd June 2021

Please note times and dates are subject to change and additional meetings may be added. The website will be updated accordingly.

Agendas and minutes can be found by clicking on the relevant tabs at the top of the page.

The Role of the Clerk


The Clerk is the ‘Proper Officer’ of the Council who is responsible for the smooth running of the Council’s business. He/she is the first point of contact for the Council and all correspondence comes to the Clerk.


Responsibility for implementing the decisions of the Council rests with the Clerk along with giving professional guidance where necessary whilst remaining neutral and discrete. The Clerk is also responsible for financial management.


The Clerk prepares, circulates and displays agendas in public places. She/he signs notices and summonses with a list of business to be transacted but does not have the power to fix the meetings of the Council. The Clerk is required to attend meetings, take minutes, keep Council minutes in a book and hold other documents.


A member of the Council may be appointed as Clerk without remuneration but nowadays it is more usual to appoint someone who is not a councillor to be paid for the work they undertake.