Topic: Ludgershall Parish Council
Time: Sep 10, 2020 07:30 PM London
Meeting ID: 892 7312 8372
Please note the Parish Council email address has changed to email@example.com
The Friends of Ludgershall has been set up for those vulnerable and at risk residents, helping with shopping, meals, errands such as dog walking, medicine collections etc or if you just need someone to talk to. If you need assistance or know anybody who could benefit from this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with the Friends to help with the support you may need.
All Parish Council Meetings have been suspended until further notice and updated guidance from the Government. This includes the Annual Parish Meeting
The latest Government advice can be found here: UK Government website
The lastest advice from Bucks CC in regards to waste collection and other services can be found here: Bucks CC Coronavirus
What is a town, parish or community council?
Parish and town councils in England and community and town councils in Wales are the first tier of local government. They deliver a vast range of services at a community level.
There are around 10,000 community, parish and town councils in England and Wales, made up of nearly 100,000 councillors. These first-tier councils can respond to the needs of the community – delivering the services or representation it most needs.
How parish councils work
Parish councils are statutory bodies. Members are elected for a term of four years and councils are funded principally by an annual precept. Income and expenditure for the next financial year are calculated in the form of estimates. The net amount (the precept) is added to council tax, collected by the county, borough or district council (principal authorities) and paid to parishes in two six-monthly instalments. Parish and town councils can apply for other funding such as grant and funding awards, but they do not receive funds direct from central government, as principal authorities do.
The Parish of Ludgershall in Buckinghamshire has 157 households with a population of 409 (2011 Census) and is served by a Council of seven elected members and a part-time Clerk who is responsible for financial and administrative affairs. The Parish is one of 112 parishes which are part of the Aylesbury Vale District Council area, which in turn is one of four district councils for Buckinghamshire.
Casual Vacancy for a Councillor
Councillors (and responsibilities)
Chairman: Stephen Lawson
Councillor Ron Jones
Councillor Paul Thomas
Councillor Jim Goss
Councillor Christine Lewin
Parish Clerk: Bobs Damerell
Parish Council Meeting Dates
20th February 2020
2nd April 2020
7th May 2020
18th June 2020
30th July 2020
10th September 2020
22nd October 2020
3rd December 2020