The Parish Council committees usually meet at 7.30 p.m. on planned dates in the Pavilion on Bit End Field. Meetings whenever possible are held on a Monday evening but please contact the Parish Clerk email@example.com for detailed times, dates and venues.
Members of the public are welcome to attend any Council Meeting unless the issues to be discussed are of a confidential nature and at such, members of the press and public will be excluded.
The Whittington Woodland Advisory Committee have non Councillor members on them.
This committee meets regularly to tackle environmental issues which affect the village and the surrounding areas. This committee also deals with Rights of Way issues, Visual Quality of the village issues and Health and Safety issues. Some current areas of debate include: planning; traffic concerns; anti-social behaviour; village enhancement projects and walks around Whittington. This committee also aims to discuss ways that the parish Council communicates with the parish, working hard to ensure all formal community communication to be appropriate, relevant, succinct and easily understood. Specifically, this committee creates and distributes the Parish Council newsletters, maintains and develops the website, and maintains the notice boards, as well as developing new ways to raise the profile of the Parish Council within the community.
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This committee aims to assist the Parish Council in achieving its financial obligations by discussion, preparing reports, and making recommendations on relevant issues. The committee also provides an ongoing internal financial audit of to ensure correspondence with planned income and expenditure.
The Whittington Woodland Advisory Committee is, as it says, only advisory as can only offer its advice on Council decisions for the woodland. Any member of the public can become a non voting member of the woodland committee.
The role of the Committee is to make recommendations and carry out approved work relating to the Council’s management of Whittington Wood. It prepares and revises as required a management plan for consideration by the Council.
The committee aims to: advise on matters necessary to ensure that the Wood is safe for users and nearby residents; safeguard the long term future of the Wood as a amenity for the Parish; develop the richness and diversity of its plants and animal life; establish a sustainable, balanced ecology in the Wood. The committee welcomes members who are not council members. If you are interested in joining the committee or taking part in one of the regular working party days please contact Mike Tarbuck
This committee is a planning group set up to plan and organise the annual Countryside and Craft Fair. We always need more helpers! If you are interested please contact Bob Wood 07722 646449 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org