Parish Council

The Parish Council for the Eversdens meets in the Pavilion on the Recreation Ground every six weeks. Issues centre on the quality of life in The Eversdens with an ear cocked for important matters outside the immediate area.

AGENDA FOR PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS

If you have an item which you would like to be put on the agenda for the Parish council, you can

1.         Mention it to a member of the Parish Council.  The list is in Tailcorn and on the village web-site.
2          Email the Clerk, Mrs Karen Easey, at eversden.clerk@yahoo.co.uk

Items should reach the Clerk ten days before the date of the meeting.  The copies are distributed to members one week before the meeting, and it is helpful for the Clerk to have them in time to make up the agenda. (26.10.07)

Parish Council Agendas

Parish Council Meeting – Monday 16th April 2018

Planning Meeting Agenda – Monday 26th March 2018

Little Eversden Parish Meeting – Monday 5th March 2018

Parish Council Meeting – Monday 19th February 2018

Planning Meeting Agenda – Monday 5th February 2018

Planning Meeting Agenda – Monday 22nd January 2018

Parish Council Meeting – Monday 8th January 2018

 

 

Parish Council Minutes

Planning Minutes – Monday 26th March 2018

Little Eversden Parish Meeting – Monday 5th March 2018

Parish Council Meeting – Monday 19th February 2018

Planning Minutes – Monday 5th February 2018

Planning Minutes – Monday 22nd January 2018

Parish Council Meeting – Monday 8th January 2018

 

 

Parish Council Archive

PC Archive

 

Key People

Responsible Financial Officer/Clerk: Mrs Karen Easey eversden.clerk@yahoo.co.uk

Council Members:   

Chair:  Matthew Prince 07973 382 260
Vice Chair: Steve Dinsdale 01223 262733
Kieran O’Callaghan 01223 262733
Carol Handley 01223 263868
Susan Glasse  01223 262621
Clive Dalton 01223 262488
Patrick Sinnett-Smith 01223 263866
Cathie Mallows 01223 264461
Stephen Watterson 07794421233
Yogendra Parmar 07737081273

 

Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities

 

Policies

Click any item below to read more:

Cambridgeshire County Council Parish Newsletter


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