Parish Council Meetings

Williton parishioners are fully entitled to attend Full Parish or Committee meetings.

Unfortunately you are not entitled to speak at the council meetings, but there is a Public Participation Notice period before the start of the meeting when you can speak provided that you have given notice to the Clerk. If there is something that you wish to be raised at a Council meeting, you can ask it to be included on the agenda, by writing to the Clerk of the Parish Council – or by contacting her using the link on this website.

Williton Parish Council holds a full Parish Council meeting, once a month (except September), on the first Monday of each month, the Environmental and Planning Committee meets on the second Monday of the Month, the Finance and Admin Committee on the third Monday, and the Trustee of the Memorial Ground meet on the 4th Monday of every other month. There are no Committee meetings in August and December.

All Council meetings are held in the Parish Office at 2 Killick Way next to the Library. The Annual Parish Assembly and occasionally the Full Council meeting will be held in the Council Chamber of the District Council offices if there is a lot of public interest. Meetings start at 7pm, unless notified otherwise. Special meetings are held from time to time to cover things like Christmas festival planning and other projects.

Environment and Planning Committee members as at 5th February 2019

  • Cllr Kim Pearson (Chairman)
  • Cllr Dawn-Lesley Howes
  • Cllr Mick White
  • Cllr Phillip Bramall
  • Cllr Elizabeth Peeks (ex-officio)
  • Cllr Tony Perrett (ex-officio)

Finance and Administration Committee members as at 5th February 2019

  • Cllr Bill Vaughan (Chairman)
  • Cllr Ian Aldridge (Vice Chairman)
  • Cllr Di Hooper
  • Cllr Tony Perrett (ex-officio)
  • Cllr Elizabeth Peeks (ex-officio)

As well as the regular meetings, Councillors represent various outside bodies at their meetings and form Working Parties to work on specific projects.

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