Stanhoe Parish Council
Stanhoe’s Parish Councillors work hard to make Stanhoe a good place to live. Read on down to find out more about their responsibilities and what they have done for Stanhoe recently.
For matters relating to the Parish Council contact the Parish Clerk:
Brewer’s Cottage, Bircham Road, Stanhoe PE31 8PT
tel 01485 518 570.
Use the menu on the left to view the minutes of Parish Council meetings.
As of 12 May 2016, Stanhoe’s Parish Councillors are:
- David Lord (Chairman)
- Don Bridge (Vice-chairman)
- Rosemary Brown
- Jenny Lord
- Mark Roche
- David Vincent
Parish Council upcoming meetings
Recent news from Stanhoe Parish Council
Parish Council Minutes [Mar 2017]
Parish Council Minutes for the 9th March 2017.
Parish Council Meeting [Feb 2017]
Parish Council Meeting - 9th March 2017.
Parish Council Minutes [Feb 2017]
Parish Council minutes for the 12th January 2017.
PC agenda [Sep 2016]
Agenda for the Parish Council meeting on 8 September. All are welcome.
PC accounts [Sep 2016]
The Parish Council accounts for 2015–16 have been audited and approved.
Waste amnesty [Jul 2016]
Get rid of unwanted paint, weedkiller and other nasties on 10, 11, 17 and 18 September.
Parish Council budget
The precept received from the Borough for 2015/16 is £6,500. This figure is based on the equivalent of 125.8 qualifying properties, after adjustments for discounts, and equates to £51.66 on council tax for a Band D property. It is adjusted up or down for other property bands.
Parish Council responsibilities▼ Click for more...
The Parish Council’s main duties are to:
- set a budget and a precept each year (the precept, which is funded from your council tax, currently averages around £52 per property);
- be aware of available grants and funding, and make applications as appropriate;
- encourage community participation and represent the interests of parishioners;
- liaise with other village bodies;
- maintain public rights of way;
- oversee planning applications;
- promote crime prevention;
- deal with drainage, ponds and ditches, highways, litter, closed churchyards, bus shelters, allotments, commons, community transport, recreational facilities, tourism;
- and much more.
To compare the responsibilities of the Parish, Borough and County Councils, see the Council and policing page.
Visit our detailed maps page to see the boundary of the parishes of Stanhoe and Barwick. Note that Barwick does not have a Parish Council, and is not within the jurisdiction of Stanhoe Parish Council.