Members & meetings

Parish Councillors as at 10 November 2016
Ian Ansell
Patrick Dawnay
Robin Ashe
Gill Cracknell
Alison Norman (chair)

Finance Working Party

Robin Ashe, Gill Cracknell & Patrick Dawnay

Councillors can be contacted as below or via the clerk’s email or by using the Contact Us form.


Councillors’ declaration of interests are available here:

Parish Clerk: Mrs Tina Page
Please contact Tina using the e-mail address below or the Contact Us form.

Tina Page contact details for website

The Council has vacancies which are to be filled through co-option. To be eligible you need to be resident, or work, in or within three miles of Geldeston.  New Councillors are given support and training.

If you would like to know more please get in touch using the Contact Us form or speak to our Clerk or any Councillor.

Parish Council meetings

Meetings are held bi-monthly in Geldeston Village Hall, on the second Wednesday of January, March, May, July, September & November. Council meetings start at 7.30 pm.

The Annual Parish Meeting is held on the second Wednesday of April. This is an interactive meeting with residents, led by councillors, sometimes assisted by outside speakers.

The agenda for each is published on this website and the village noticeboard at least full three working days before each meeting. All members of the parish are invited to attend.

There is also an opportunity for the public to raise any issues or concerns under ‘Parish 10’. No actions, resolutions or expenditure may arise from such items but may be included as agenda items for a subsequent meeting.

Members of the public and press are welcome to attend all meetings of the Council and its committees. If you wish to record the proceedings, please do so with discretion and consideration and let the Clerk know before the start of the meeting.

As required by the government’s transparency code, the Council publishes its minutes, annual accounts and other documents on this website.

The Parish Council’s Finance and Personnel Committee meets as necessary to make recommendations to Council about the precept and the annual budget, monitor income and expenditure and address personnel matters.

Councillors and the clerk work between meetings on projects agreed by Council and they can be contacted via the clerk as above.



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