What do we do?
The Parish Council is the first tier of local governments and the one closest to the community in which it operates. In England there are four tiers of local government, each serving a greater geographical area and larger population:
- The Parish Council
- The District Authority (e.g. South Cambs District Council
- The County Council
- Regional Government.
Our Duties Include:
- Management of specific land within the Parish
- Reviewing and commenting on planning applications within the Parish
- Liaising with relevant authorities regarding infrastructure/policing/community issues to represent your views and get the best advantage for the local area
- Engaging with all interested parties regarding current and future shape of life in the local area
- Manage Parish cemetery and allotments
Who are we?
The Parish has Councillors elected by the residents every four years. Below is more information on your councillors
|Stephen Bartlett||Chairman||ChairGW@wilbrahams.co.uk||Register of Interests|
|Sally Ramus||Register of Interest|
|Roddy Tippen||Register of Interests|
|Claire Jackman||Register of Interests|
|Christopher Hanson||Register of Interests|
Councillor Roles & Responsibilities – GWPC Councillor Responsibilities 2016-2017
Stand as a local Councillor
Make a difference to your Parish Council.
- Get involved with your community
- Have a say about local issues people care about
- Influence local service delivery
- Decide how local money is spent to improve your community
For more information please contact the Parish Clerk – clerkGW@wilbrahams.co.uk
The full Parish Council meets on the third Thursday of July, September, November, January, March and May at 7:30pm in the Wilbrahams’ Memorial Hall. In addition, it holds an Annual Parish Meeting in April.
The 2018/2019 dates are:
19th July 2018, 20th September 2018, 22nd November 2018, 24th January 2019, 21st March 2019, 18th April (APM Annual Parish Meeting) and 16th May (Annual Parish Council Meeting)