Welcome to the
official web pages of East Bridgford Parish Council. These provide an
online record of Parish Council activities, projects and meetings
together with contact details for Parish Councillors and the
The Role of the Council
Parish Council serves to look after the interests of the community
and aims to ensure that the village is, and remains a place in which
we like to live. The role of the Council is described
Parish Council is made up of 11 elected Councillors. Councillors are elected every four
years by residents of the village, and we are always keen to attract
new Councillors. If you are
interested in becoming one and would like to know more about what is
involved, please contact any of us.
The Parish Council meets on the second Monday of each
month, at 7.30
pm in the Methodist Chapel on Main Street.You will find the agenda of the next meeting posted on this web site, and also on the village noticeboards (one outside the Post Office on Main Street and one outside the Medical Centre). Residents
are very welcome to come to meetings to express their views and
concerns, or just to listen. Time is always set aside for
comment' at the beginning of each meeting, so there is no need to stay
for the whole session. You may also raise any
issue with a Councillor and it will be discussed at
the next meeting.
There are three committees: Planning, Policy, Personnel and Finance Committee and the Assets and Environment Committee. These meet when needed, and agendas are posted on this web site and on the village noticeboards. These are open meetings and all residents are very welcome to attend.
On 10th February 2020, the Parish Council voted to adopt the new Standards and Conduct Arrangements for members set out in the model code provided by Rushcliffe Borough Council.
The 2020 Annual Return is available to view here.
View Notice of Public Rights
6th November 2020