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Full Council

The Council, some times referred to as Full Council, is when all 11 councillors meet to take decisions.  This is the highest decision making body (outside of a Parish Assembly) and some decisions, such as setting the precept, can not be delegated.  Others however can be delegated either to Committees, or the Clerk.

Once a year in May it holds it’s Annual Council Meeting which elects the Chairman of the council and appoints members to committees and external bodies.

It meets roughly once a month, usually on the last Monday.

Big Dates in the Diary

  • Spring – Late Spring, at the start of the municipal year in May, the council elects it’s Chairman and appoints committees
  • Summer – External Auditor Report approved.
  • Autumn – Review Risk Assessments and identify any research for the budget.
  • Winter – Agree the Budget for the forthcoming financial year April-March.

Click here to download papers for Full Council – agendas and minutes are organised in year and month order.