- By definition and for simplicity a “Meeting of the Parish” is an assembly of local residents who are local government electors in the parish
- It is not a Town or Parish Council meeting
- Nor should such meetings be confused with “Parish Meetings” which are parish councils without a council
The Annual Meeting of the parish is an opportunity for the various groups and organisations delivering service within the parish to inform the community of their work. The Annual meeting of the parish is covered in other guides.
This guide focuses on the statutory requirements that apply to a meeting of the parish, a “Meeting of the Parish” within an area with a parish council but the same is true of areas without a parish council.
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This guide is indicative and not definitive, it is not intended to be a comprehensive list of legal requirements.
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