Parish Council

COME ALONG TO OUR NEXT MEETING ON THE 4th MARCH AND FIND OUT WHAT WE DO FOR YOU….

 

The agenda can be found in the linked document below. If you want to see how we work or you have a question or issues to raise, why not come along to the next meeting and have your say. There is an opportunity early in each meeting where you can put ‘Questions to the Chair’, it’s the forum for residents to bring any concerns or suggestions to the Parish Council….

 

If your issue is complicated please contact the Parish Clerk before the meeting so we can research your question in advance and give you a properly informed answer……

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME AT ALL OUR REGULAR MEETINGS….

 

Council meetings advertised on the noticeboard and on this site are public. Anyone is welcome to attend, and may speak if recognised by the Chair. All meetings are held at Hitcham Village Hall and normally start at 19:30.

Normally, unless you are invited to comment on a matter under discussion, you would wait to be recognised until the agenda item ‘Questions to the Chair’. Questions are taken early on so you don’t have to stay for the whole session of you don’t want to.

However, the Council does feel it is important to know what residents think – so if you have views on any of the matters you see on the records posted here, please address them to the Parish Clerk, Mrs Doreen Neun.

Tel: 01449 743637  (please leave message if no answer)

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The Council is required to post documents demonstrating its financial compliance on this website.

At the 2023 Parish Elections the following councillors were elected

  • Hilda Bull
  • Wendy Crease
  • Malcolm Currie (Chair)
  • Jennifer Graham
  • Julian Brearley 
  • Simon Squirrell
  • Rob Whiting

At the first meeting of the new council on 15 May 2023 Malcolm Currie was duly elected as Chair.

Hitcham Parish Council Codes of Conduct

Council meetings advertised on the noticeboard and on this site are public. Anyone is welcome to attend, and may speak if recognised by the Chair.

Normally, unless you are invited to comment on a matter under discussion, you would wait to be recognised until the agenda item ‘Questions to the Chair’.

However, the Council does feel it is important to know what residents think – so if you have views on any of the matters you see on the records posted here, please address them to the Parish Clerk, Mrs Doreen Neun.

Tel: 01449 743637  (please leave message if no answer)

Email: parishclerk@hitchamsuffolk.org.uk

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At the 2023 Parish Elections the following councillors were elected

  • Hilda Bull
  • Wendy Crease
  • Malcolm Currie (Chair)
  • Jennifer Graham
  • Allan Scott
  • Simon Squirrell
  • Rob Whiting

At the first meeting of the new council on 15 May 2023 Malcolm Currie was duly elected as Chair.

Council meetings advertised on the noticeboard and on this site are public. Anyone is welcome to attend, and may speak if recognised by the Chair.

Normally, unless you are invited to comment on a matter under discussion, you would wait to be recognised until the agenda item ‘Questions to the Chair’.

However, the Council does feel it is important to know what residents think – so if you have views on any of the matters you see on the records posted here, please address them to the Parish Clerk, Mrs Doreen Neun.

Tel: 01449 743637  (please leave message if no answer)

Email: parishclerk@hitchamsuffolk.org.uk

The Council is required to post documents demonstrating its financial compliance on this website.

Hitcham Parish Council Codes of Conduct

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HITCHAM BUS SERVICE IMPROVEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE - November 2023 Hitcham Parish Council thanks you for taking this survey. By telling us what you think we can hopefully maintain or press for changes to local services that better meet the needs you have told us about. We...

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