Parish Council Meeting Dates for 2018

9th January 2018
13th February 2018
13th March 2018
10th April 2018
8th May 2018
12th June 2018
10th July 2018
No Meeting in August.
11th September 2018
9th October 2018
12th November 2018
11th December 2018

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Tuesday 22nd May.

Whittlesford Parish Council is just 1 of 106 individual parish councils within the district of South Cambridgeshire.

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Who is my District Councillor and how do I get in touch ?

Your District & County Councillor is Peter Topping, and you can keep up to date with everything he does in the community by visiting

Who is my MP and can I contact them ?

Your MP for South Cambs is Heidi Allen and you can also keep up to date with all the news by visiting

Your Parish Council provides an interface with local government and influence many aspects of village life. It is the place to begin if you want to be involved in the decisions that directly affect you and your community.

Who is on the Parish Council ?

With the exception of the Parish Clerk (who receives a modest salary) the residents who serve on the Parish Council are volunteers who give their time freely for the good of our community. You can find out more about ‘Your Parish Council’ here on the website under the header ‘Your Parish Council’

When and where does the Parish Council meet ?

The Parish Council meet at 7:30pm on every second Tuesday of the month in the Millenium Room of the Memorial Hall, the entrance to which is in Mill Lane. The Annual Parish Meeting is also held in the Memorial Hall.

Can I come to Parish Council meetings?

Absolutely! You are welcome to attend the public monthly meetings and annual general meeting. This is a great opportunity to find out what it going on in and around your village, to have your say and even to find out how you can get involved in helping to make your village a better place for all.

How do I present my ideas or concerns to the Parish Council?

If possible, you might consider discussing the matter first with either the Parish Clerk or one of your Parish Councillors. They may be able to give you valuable background and support you in putting your views to the Council. Next, put your thoughts into writing as either a letter or an email to the Parish Clerk and attend next Parish Council meeting. Correspondence from residents is read out in the meeting for discussion.

How is the Parish Council elected ?

Parish Councillors are either elected members from a previous election or co-opted by its current elected members. Local elections for both District & Parish Council are scheduled for 3rd May 2018. However Whittlesford remained uncontested and will therefore not require a parish election. The next local elections for Whittlesford will be May 2022. However, should you wish to join the parish council, then please do get in touch, as vacancies often become available.

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