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Cadeby Parish Council

All Parish Council meetings are currently held in the Church Hall and are open to the public.

If you are planning to attend please inform the clerk.

Please do not attend if you are feeling at all unwell.

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Cadeby Parish Council Meetings and Events Calendar

Next Meeting - 13th January - 6.30pm - Parish Council Meeting -

Last Meeting - 18th November - 6.30pm - Parish Council Meeting - Agenda - Minutes

Parish Council meetings normally take place at Cadeby Church Hall and usually start at 6.30 or 7pm. 

All Parish Council meetings are open to the public.

In order to comply with government Covid restrictions, if you are planning to attend a meeting, please inform the clerk, a register of attendance will be kept for track and trace. Please do not attend if you are feeling at all unwell.

You will be required to sanitise your hands on arrival, wear a face mask and bring your own chair.

Meetings are currently scheduled to take place on the second Thursday of each month however due to the availability of councillors, meetings may be organised at short notice, either way, at least 3 days notice of meetings must be given and a draft agenda that documents the items due to be discussed at the Parish Council meeting, will be published on the parish website and the village noticeboard.

Parishioners can submit items for consideration to any councillor or the clerk at any time but it is up to the councillors to decide if and when items will be included on the agenda.

No other business can be formally agreed (or "resolved") if it does not appear on the agenda.

Members of the public have the legal right to attend any Parish Council meeting and listen to the debate. To further encourage inclusiveness and transparancy, the Council also permit members of the public to speak or raise questions on any agenda item for that meeting at the start of the meeting under the agenda item "Public Participation". Members of the public can not form part of the debate during the meeting, unless a point of clarification is rquired. This will only be initiated through the Chair.

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