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Sebergham Parish Council holds 6 meetings each year, one being its ‘Annual Meeting’ in May.  In addition, an ‘Annual Parish Meeting’ takes place each March for the benefit of all parishioners who may wish to discuss local issues with Councillors.  Unless otherwise advertised, meetings normally take place in Welton Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm or remotely online.

Members of the public are entitled to attend meetings of the council and observe the business taking place but are not allowed to take part in any debate. However, at each parish council meeting, time is allocated for ‘Public Participation’ at which point the meeting is adjourned and members of the public can speak on issues that concern them.

All issues must relate to the published Agenda. To add an issue to the agenda, please contact the parish clerk.

Parish Council Meetings

Click for a list of meetings by date, with the latest first.

Each meeting will have an agenda or minutes and a list of any associated documents.

This includes an archive of minutes in PDF format, but minutes going forward will be produced in the more accessible HTML format.

Parish Councillors

The parish council is made up of eight elected councillors. For more details see the Parish Councillors page.

The council employs a clerk, who together with the chairman, is responsible for the ‘day to day’ running of the council. Any correspondence relating to the parish council should be directed to the clerk via the Contact Page.

Parish Council Elections

Elections for the membership of the Parish Council take place every four years. As only six nominations were received to fill the eight council seats at the election in May 2023, all six will automatically serve as Councillors without a poll being held.

Parish Notice Boards

The parish council maintains three notice boards within the parish on which official notices are displayed. They are located in Churchtown, Sebergham, in the lay-by adjacent to Sebergham bridge, and in the centre of Welton village.

Parish notice boards can also be used by members of the public to advertise other local events. Users are kindly requested to remove notices and posters once the event has taken place.

Parish Council Governance Documents

In the interests of transparency, and to meet varying legal requirements & national advice, the following documents are made available for public scrutiny. Please click on each title to access the full document.

The below policies were reviewed on the May 2020 schedule, with no changes being made to the 2019 version. These documents can be found here.