Parish Council Meetings

The parish council meets every two months. Generally on the third Monday of the month, in the Reading Room of Rhodes Memorial Hall, Brockhampton at 7:30pm.

Members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings. There is a short question and answer session before the formal council meeting commences.

The annual parish meeting is where the parish council reports back to the public what it has achieved over the previous twelve months. It also gives residents the chance to quiz the council over any issue and suggest policies for the future. There are also occasional ad hoc public meetings over particular issues.

The annual parish council meeting is at the start of the council year (in May) and is where the Chairman and other officers are elected by the council.

For notices of meetings and agendas see Parish Council Notice of Meeting and Agenda posts.

For the latest set of minutes see the Parish Council Minutes.


The up-coming Parish Council Meetings for 2019/20 are as follows, all meetings are at 7.30pm in the Reading Room unless otherwise stated and will be preceded by a short question and answer session:

Due to Covid19, meetings are being held either at the Memorial Hall or via Zoom.  Where the meeting is being held via Zoom, the link is published on the agenda.  Members of the public are welcome to attend.