Your Parish council
The closest tier of government to you.
The voice of local people.
We stand for the views of citizens in our parish
Local Elections are taking place on 2nd May 2019 to elect your Ward and Parish Councillors.
If you would like to stand for election to become a Parish Councillor, please click on the link below to find out more details on what to do.
Notice of Elections for_ST_WEONARDS Parish
Or for more information no the Electoral Process please click on the links below.
Locations of defibrillators:
Defibrillators have been installed at the following locations in our local parishes:
- Llanwarne Village -installed on the wall at the bottom of the steps leading up to the village hall
- Harewood End Inn – installed on the outside of the pub wall around the back in the beer garden
- St Weonards – installed in the red BT phone box opposite the church on the A466
- Garway – installed on the outside wall of the Garway Moon Pub
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MEETING DATES FOR 2019
The Ordinary Meeting of
St Weonards Parish Council
will be held on
Monday 8th April
at St Weonards Village Hall
Please see agenda for what we will be discussing
Dates of next meetings 2018
All meetings held on a Monday at 7.30pm at St Weonards Village Hall,
unless Clerk advises differently
- 11th February 2019
- 11th March
- 8th April
- 13th May
- 10th June
- 8th July
Elected Parish Councillors in May 2015
Cllr Michael Cain – Chairman
Cllr Julian Evans
Cllr Laura Williams
Cllr Richard William – Vice Chairman
Cllr Rob Bowen – co-opted on to Parish Council May 2017
Cllr Peter Gebbie – co-opted on to Parish Council August 2017
With our planning feed you can keep up to date with the latest planning applications near you.
The minutes of our meetings are available for public view with a keyword search tool.
If you have anything to say, or draw our attention to – we will post your comments.
The most parish councils are not followers of party politics and you can become a member of our Parish Council – you must be:-
over 21 and on the electoral register
A resident of the parish
Able to attend regular evening meetings
Have an interest in local issues
A desire to improve the quality of life in the Parish
Able to represent the views of local people.
The position is unpaid and voluntary, but some expenses such as training is for paid by the Parish Council.
Parish councils have existed since medieval times, when they settled local disputes and were in charge of agriculture and land management. They have changed over the last 1000 years into the modern constitution, which was created in 1896.