Bainton & Ashton Parish Council Public Meeting
Tuesday, 3rd September, 7.00pm Bainton Reading Room, Barnack Road, Bainton PE9 3AE
All residents of Bainton & Ashton are invited to a meeting about an important new initiative to support the rural community across the north of Peterborough
Good Neighbour and Way Warden’s scheme
Neil Boyce, Chairman of Castor Parish Council and Cate Harding, Community Capacity Manager at Peterborough City Council will speak about the scheme, take questions and facilitate a discussion about how the scheme can be adopted in Bainton & Ashton
Followed at 7.30pm by the scheduled parish council meeting, agenda to follow
Councillors: Susie Lucas (Chair), Cliff Stanton, Chris Womack, Anita Phillips, Pete Charlton
Clerk: Catherine Franks
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We hope residents will find this web site informative and useful as a source of information for matters relevant to the operations of the local council and the running of the village.
Parish Councils are not connected, as many think, to the church. They are the lowest level of Government providing local contact with residents and liaising with district and city councils.
The members of the council are volunteers and unpaid but still perform a valuable and important role in the running of villages and communities.
Not all communities or villages are part of a parish, although under English law any community may apply to become a parish.
Elsewhere in the web site the various powers and duties of the Parish Council are described for your information.