Council Meetings

COVID-19 – The Parish Council has agreed these adjustments to meeting arrangements in the current ‘lockdown’ situation:

These meetings will be held ‘virtually’.  These meetings will be held remotely (via Google Meet) under arrangements set out in special statutory arrangements currently enacted for meetings.  [These arrangements ceased on 7 May 2021]

These meetings have been cancelled.

Public attendance at in-person meetings during the ongoing period of Covid risk concern.  Members of the public are able to attend in-person meetings but please be aware that, given ongoing Covid transmission risks, safety measures in place will include a limit on numbers in the meeting room, social distancing, wearing of face masks and hand sanitising. To ensure that the numbers limit is not exceeded, those wishing to attend are asked to book a seat by emailing clerk@thakehamparish.co.uk or calling 01798 815305 by noon on the date of the meeting above.   [The full risk-assessment for these meetings can be found here.]

greyboxThese Parish Council and Neighbourhood Planning meetings, although scheduled, are not normally expected to be needed and will only take place if urgent business requires it.

2021 meetings

 Parish CouncilNeighbourhood Planning CtteeEnvironment Committee
January18th 19:3025th 18:3018th 18:15
February15th 19:3022nd 18:30
March15th 19:3022nd 18:30
April26th 19:30TBC19th 19:30
May6th 19:3024th 18.30
June21st 19:3028th 18:30
July19th 19:3026th 18:3019th 18:15
August16th 19:3023rd 18:30
September20th 19:3027th 18:30
October18th 19:3025th 18:3018th 18:15
November15th 19:3022nd 18:30
December20th 19:3020th 18:15
  • All meetings will take place in Thakeham Village Hall unless otherwise noted.
  • Meetings may be cancelled for lack of business, in which case notice of cancellation will be given to Councillors and to the public by notification on the parish website at least 4 days in advance (i.e. cancellation of Monday meetings to be posted by 5.30pm the previous Wednesday).

Please note: regulations on access to local government meetings (Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014) give members of the public a right to film/record the meetings of Parish Councils. By attending a meeting of the Parish Council, members of the public are consenting to being filmed/recorded by other members of the public, if such activity is taking place.