Burghill Parish Council

Welcome to Burghill Parish Council website

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Should any parishioner, particularly those who feel vulnerable (or if you know any vulnerable person within the parish), need assistance in these difficult times, whatever the case may be, please contact the Parish Council. We will endeavour to assist or point you in the direction of the appropriate agency or organisation. Further advice and information is available on our Coronavirus link below

 

To minimise the possible health risk from Coronavirus the Parish Council will be holding an Extra Ordinary meeting online via ‘Zoom‘. Parishioners will be able to join the meeting via a dedicated link, please contact the clerk in advance for the password.

Dates for Burghill Parish Council meetings 2020 are:

  • Tuesday 14th January
  • Tuesday 11th February
  • Tuesday 10th March
  • Tuesday 7th April
  • Tuesday 12th May
  • Extra Ordinary Meeting on Wednesday 3rd June at 6.00pm  (online via Zoom)
  • Tuesday 9th June
  • Tuesday 14th July
  • No meeting in August unless necessary
  • Tuesday 8th September
  • Tuesday 13th October
  • Tuesday 10th November
  • No meeting in December unless necessary

All meetings will take place at 7.30 pm upstairs in The Simpson Hall, Burghill

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Your Parish Councillors:-

Mark Ellis (Vice Chairman)                   David Bishop                                              Dilys Price

Bernie Green                                         Anthony Vaughan                                     Pat Eagling

Alister Walshe                                       Simon Hairsnape (Chairman)                   Ian Watkins

Beryl Staite                                            Janette Pudsey                                           Sam Davies

Lili Clarke                                              John Bufton

Parish Clerk:    Paulette Scholes, Willow House, Burghill, Hereford, HR4 7RE

Tel: 07801 958673

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Parish Councils

Parish councils have existed since medieval times, when they settled local disputes and were in charge of agriculture and land management.

They have changed over the last 1000 years into the modern constitution, which was created in 1896.