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The Parish Council normally meets on the first Monday of the month (except August) in Hulland Ward Millennium Village Hall at 7 pm.  Occasionally meeting dates do vary due to bank holidays or other unforeseen circumstances.  If necessary the Council will call an extraordinary meeting to deal with urgent business that cannot wait until the next meeting.​

Our Councillors
Peter Birkbeck
Peter Birkbeck

Chair of the Parish Council

responsible for Main Road issues; Planning, Website & Publicity

Julie Morgan
Julie Morgan

Responsible for planning

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David Astle

.Responsible for Play Area and Playing Field

Revd Arthur Champion
Arthur Champion

Vice Chair of the Parish Council 

Responsible for estate issues and grass mowing around the village.

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Karl Dean

Responsible for speed issues and Village Hall liaison.

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David Balls

Andrew Street
Shane Morgan

Andrew Street
The Role of a Councillor


They are elected to represent the interest of the local community as a whole and promote a harmonious local environment. The number of elected Councillors depends on the size of the area, in Hulland Ward we are able to have 9 Councillors.


Local Councils are the first tier of governance and are the first point of contact for anyone concerned with a community issue. They are democratically elected local authorities and exist in England, Wales and Scotland. The term 'Local Council' is synonymous with ' Parish Council, 'Town Council' and 'Community Council'.


Local Councils are made up of locally  elected Councillors. They are legally obliged to hold at least four meetings a year.  Most meet on a monthly cycle to discuss council business and hear from local residents.  District and County Councillors regularly attend parish meetings and report at the Annual Parish meeting. Councillors are expected to attend meetings on a regular basis.​

Councillors must abide by a Code of Conduct, a set of rules on how Councillors are expected to behave. They must also declare their financial interests in the parish, details of which are kept by the District Council.

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