Priors Marston Parish Council
The Parish Council is the third tier of local government, after the County and District Councils, but is a non-political
body and is in the best position to represent the views of the local community.
Parish Councils are funded principally by an annual precept. The precept is added to council tax collected by the local authority and then is paid to parishes. Parish Councils can apply for other funding such as grant funding and awards, but they do not receive funds direct from central government, as principal authorities do.
Parish Councillors are elected and co-opted residents of the parish and give their time on a voluntary basis.
They can problem solve at a local level and raise any relevant issues which can also be dealt with accordingly.
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The Council members meet formally every other month, on a Tuesday evening, and the calendar of future meetings is as
14th January 10th March 12th May Annual Meeting 21st May 7th July 8th September 10th November
Please click here to go to our documents and finance section where you will be able to find out about:
Agenda for Next Meeting - Minutes of Last Meeting - Financial & Legal Documentation - Village Plan - Parish News
Priors Marston Parish Councillors
Nick Fulford (Chair) John Franklin,
Laura Lucas, Pete Dunkley and David Evans
Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
In addition to those on the Council there are a number of people who work in the background and
without them the village would not be the beautiful place it is.
To contact the Parish Council please, in the first instance email the Clerk or telephone 01327 263788