Parish Council News

June Council Agenda Published

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The June Parish Council Agenda along with documents has just been published on the Council’s website.

The meeting will be held virtually and members of the public wishing speak at the meeting or just attend must contact the Clerk in advance of the meeting to be given the necessary access information.

May Draft Minutes

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The draft minutes of the May Parish Council Meeting have now been published on the Council’s website.

This was the first virtual Parish Council meeting held due to the introduction of new government legislation as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Image of Council’s May Virtual Meeting.

2019-2020 Annual Report – Published

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The Parish Council’s Annual Report for 2019-2020 has just been published on the Council’s website.

In the past we have had a number of reports printed for distribution around the village, however this year due to Covid-19 it has been decided to only publish the report online, however if you would like a paper copy please contact the Clerk who will provide a printed version.

Neighbourhood Plan Review Agenda Published

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The agenda and information for the next meeting of the Neighbourhood Plan Review Committee has just been published on the Council’s website.

The meeting will be held virtually via ZOOM, as such any member of the public wishing to attend the meeting either by video link or phone, including those wishing to speak, must contact the Clerk in advance of the meeting to obtain access information.

Tattenhall Youth Council

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The agenda for the next meeting of the Tattenhall Youth Council on the 27th May 2020, has just been published on the Council’s website.

Anyone young person wishing to attend the meeting must contact Louise Gibson of the Clerk, Ann Wright in advance of the meeting to obtain the access information.

The Council is also calling for young people to contact the Council with their ideas of how to make Tattenhall a better place for young people.