Who we are & what we do
Ebrington Parish Council consists of 7 elected councillors who serve for a four year term. All councillors are voluntary and receive no payment.
The address of the parish council is that of the clerk.
Council Meetings - are held on the third Monday of alternate months except August and December when there are no meetings. Occasionally additional meetings are needed. An agenda will appear on the parish notice board and on this website. Meetings take place in Ebrington Village Hall and usually start at 7.30p.m. See the diary of meetings for more information.
For further information about Ebrington parish council please contact the clerk who will be happy to give advice and assistance.
Councillors are elected at a public election. The next election will take place in May 2019. If a vacancy occurs between elections, a new councillor can be appointed by co-option. You can find out about becoming a parish councillor by contacting the clerk.
Role of a councillor
- Good Councillors' Guide (PDF, 927 Kb)
Members Code of Conduct
- Members Code of Conduct 29/06/2012 (PDF, 199 Kb)
Committees when appointed have a specific function and can have delegated powers.
Ebrington Parish Council Standing Orders
- Standing Orders 2017-09-25draft (PDF, 126 Kb)
Revised standing orders for discussion and approval at the 2017-09-25 meeting
Ebrington Parish Council Financial Regulations
- Financial Regulations 2015 (PDF, 622 Kb)