This is the official page informing you about forthcoming and recent Council meetings under the Smaller Authorities Transparency Code of 2015.
The Agenda for the next meeting of the Council is published here at least three full days before the date of the meeting as an Adobe Reader (pdf) document for download - see the next section.
Draft Minutes of recent meetings are also posted here within one month of the meeting, along with the Key Information summary which the Parish Clerk writes for Wrawby News - see the third section. The other Council Information page contains more information, such as the Expenditure summary, which is updated on an annual basis.
There's also an Archive Page where recent Agendas and Minutes can be accessed.
A list of Councillors is given below in a separate section and there is also an e-mail address for contacting them.
Council Meetings take place bi-monthly. As well as here, you'll find the times of the meetings on the notice-board outside the Church. They are also listed in Wrawby Church and Community News and on our Google Calendar on this web site. A Public Meeting and Annual General Meeting take place every year, announced in the same ways.
The Agenda for the next meeting is published here at least three clear days before the meeting. For older Agendas visit the Archive Page.
Members of the public can attend all meetings of Wrawby Parish Council.
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Click here to download the Minutes of the Meeting of 16th January 2018.
Here are key information points from the Council Meeting held on 6th March 2018.
The Chairman gave his annual report – download a copy here. There were no matters brought up by residents.
All appointments from the Council were confirmed for 2018-19 with no other nominations received.
Regular Parish Council Meeting
Council has been informed that Elsham Signal Box at the level crossing on Barton Road will shortly be re-painted by National Rail.
Council continues to press N Lincs Council re the worsening of the roads in the village – in particular potholes in various areas.
Councillors complimented various village residents for their efforts in the recent adverse weather conditions.
Council is to explore the possibility of purchasing further salt bins to be sited in the village.
Graham Foster, Parish Clerk