Parish Council Meetings
The Parish Council currently meets eleven times a year. Meetings commence at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated and everyone is welcome to attend.
Sutton-on-Trent Parish Council would like to offer the opportunity for all members of the public to participate at Council meetings. Therefore, at the start of each meeting there will be a period of public participation (for up to 10 minutes) where members of the public are able to ask questions or address the Council.
Those wishing to speak should give their name and address for the record to the Clerk. Following the close of this public forum, members of the public cannot take part in the meeting unless specifically invited to do so by the Chairman. The Parish Council encourages members of the public to stay for the remainder of the meeting whilst the Council members consider their agenda items. Those attendees wishing to leave the room at any point are asked to do so without causing disruption to the meeting. Please note that members of the press and public may be asked to leave the meeting if an item of a confidential nature needs to be discussed.
The Parish Council minutes will be updated within two weeks of a meeting taking place. Agendas of meetings will be removed once the minutes of the meeting are published.
The minutes on this page relate to the general running of the Parish Council - other meeting minutes, such as those for the Annual Parish Meeting, are available elsewhere on this website.
Where the minutes have been produced electronically these have been uploaded to this web page. Copies of previous years minutes are available from the Clerk on request.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL- The Parish Council is required to hold an Annual Meeting in May each year. At the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council the chair person and vice-chair are elected. In an election year the Annual Parish Council Meeting must take place within 14 days of them taking office.
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Tuesday, 13th February 2024 at 7.30pm. The venue will be the Methodist Community Centre.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.