What is a Parish Council?
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The parish council is the tier of local government closest to the people.
A parish council represents the concerns of the local community.
It is an elected body made up of local people representing the interests of the community.

Future Meeting Dates

Tuesday 21st February 2017 - (Pavillion Room, Fowlmere Village Hall)

    7:30pm Parish Council Meeting - agenda click here
View the latest minutes - click here

January 2017 – Fowlmere Parish Council Burial Board Proposed Terms and Conditions – 30 Day Consultation (9th January – 8th February 2017) - click here

Fowlmere Parish Council has been working on the terms and conditions for Fowlmere Cemetery.  The proposed rules can be found here and there is a 30-day consultation period for comment by Fowlmere parishioners.  All comments should be made in writing via the Clerk please – to fowlmerepc@gmail.com or via 32 Chapel Lane, Fowlmere.  The 30-day consultation period shall run from Monday 9th January until Wednesday 8th February 2017.

It should be noted that at the December 2016 meeting, Fowlmere Parish Councillors voted that point 8 become effective immediately (20th December 2016)


Completed Declarations of Acceptance of Office May 2016

Fowlmere Parish Council Standing Orders June 2016

Fowlmere Parish Council - Completed Audit Paperwork 2015-2016

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What is the role of the Parish Clerk?

A clerk: A clerk does not have any right to vote and must carry out a council's decision even if he/she may disagree with the council's decision (unless the decision is unlawful).

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