Burrington Parish Council

The Parish Council meetings are open to the public to attend and observe. Before each meeting, any members of the public may speak in an open session. Minutes from Parish Council meetings are displayed on the Parish Council Noticeboard as soon as possible after a meeting. They are not at this stage agreed and signed. Notices of meetings are displayed in the shop and a detailed agenda is placed on the Noticeboard a few days prior to each meeting.

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act it is obligatory for the Parish Council to make certain documents available to the public. These include the agenda for the forthcoming meeting, audited accounts, the equal opportunity policy, parish plan, and any circulars or newsletters. These are available on application to the clerk at a cost of £1.00 each.

Burrington Parish Council


List of Councillors

 

MR JOHN SHORT         Representative on the Bethesda Graveyard Trust

Chairman                       jandjdevon@hotmail.com

MR K PINCOMBE         Representative on the Parish Hall Committee

Vice Chairman               kevin.clayre@yahoo.co.uk

MR P BAILEY               Representative on the Parish Hall Committee

pands76@btinternet.com

MRS G BENSON                    gillian.benson52@btinternet.com

MR A BONNER                      bonnerley@gmail.com                              

MRS E GRIFFITHS                bryan.southcott@btconnect.com      

MR P KEELEY                       peterkeeley@btinternet.com

MRS J PATEMAN-JONES      jpatemanjones@gmail.com               

MR P SMALE                         bartonfarm@yahoo.com                                    

CLERK: MRS ANGELA SNELL                         

 

Email: randasnell@hotmail.co.uk

 

DISTRICT COUNCILLOR: MRS S CROFT

COUNTY COUNCILLOR: MR R EDGELL                                  

Meetings are normally held on the last Tuesday of the month in the Burrington Parish Hall at 7:30p.m.


The public facilities offered to the Parish by the Parish Council are:

  • the Village Green and play equipment, the Sport Area and bus shelter;
  • the three seats at Red Post, Bircham Hill and Forches Cross along with the Beacon and Millennium Table at Forches Cross;
  • the Millennium Copse situated between Forches Cross and Red Post, acquired in 2000;
  • three water pumps and flower tubs sited at Town Bridge, Barton Road and the Causeway;
  • four dog bins sited at Balls Corner, opposite the Parish Hall, Barton Road and Town Bridge;
  • a defibrillator, located in Burrington village; 
  • a projector and screen (available to borrow, booking through the hall).

In the transparency code we are expected to publish the following information relating to public land and building assets:

  1. description (what it is including size/ acreage)
  2. location address or description of location
  3. owner, e.g. authority or board manages the land or assets on behalf of a local charity
  4. date of acquisition if known
  5. cost of acquisition or proxy value
  6. present use