Parish Council

QUESTIONS FOR NORFOLK CONSTABULARY

 

The Parish Council are pleased to announce we have two local police constables from Norfolk Constabulary attending our next meeting (subject to exigencies of duty), which is being held at 7.00pm on Wednesday 6th December 2017 in the Village Hall.

 

The Parish Council invites parishioners with any policing questions, to submit those questions for consideration of inclusion on the evening.

 

If you have any questions please submit them to the Clerk on brisleyparishcouncil@gmail.com or 01362 667756.

 

Parishioners are, of course, welcome to attend the meeting to submit their questions in person (if notified to the Clerk in advance).

 

However and bearing in mind the input (with questions) is limited to half an hour, in the event of too many issues being submitted, the council will have the final say on the issues raised.

 

Please submit any questions no later than Monday 4th December 2017 – this must include any questions from those wishing to attend in person.


Parish Council Vacancy

Brisley Parish Council has a vacancy for one councillor and would like to invite applications from Brisley residents, aged 18 or over, to join the Parish Council.

We meet on the first Wednesday of every month (except January and August) to carry out the duties of the Parish Council, which are mainly concerned with looking after parish matters at a local level.

We are a friendly group of people, all of whom are volunteers, who work hard on behalf of the parishioners to ensure that Brisley is a good place to live, and the village facilities are maintained for the enjoyment and benefit of all residents. 

For further information please telephone our Clerk, Sheryl Irving, on 01362 667756, or email: brisleyparishcouncil@gmail.com.

It is hoped to fill the vacancy at the next meeting of the council on 6th December 2017.

  

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