Councillors Handbook

Welcome to The Hennock Parish Council Handbook.  This handbook has been prepared to provide information for new and current councillors outlining their role and duties as well as providing information for the public.

Contact Information

Mrs Elly Maynard, Clerk to Hennock Parish Council

Telephone: 07841 215606

Office Hours: Please note this a part time position Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays (21 hours / week, working from home)

Email: Clerk@hennockpc.org.uk

Website: www.hennockpc.org.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/hennockparishcouncil

Councillors

The councillors, their contact details, and committees on which they sit can be found on the Councillor and Staff page.

Councillors agree to work under the Councillor Code of Conduct and are guided by the Good Councillor Guides produced by NALC:

Good Councillors Guide (general)

Meetings

The legislation permitting councils to meet remotely came to an end on 6 May 2021.  All council meetings held on, or after the 7 May, must therefore return to a face-to-face format in the main hall of Chudleigh Knighton Village Hall.

 

Full Parish Council Meetings are usually held on the second Tuesday of the month, Planning on the fourth Tuesday and the full schedule of meetings can be found on the Programme of Meetings.

The maximum number of people allowed in the main hall is 25, as stated in Chudleigh Knighton Village Hall’s special conditions of hire during Covid-19. Members of the public must let the Clerk know in advance of the meeting if they are planning to attend.  The Clerk will let them know the arrangements for social distancing, wearing of masks, hand sanitising and other measures.  If members of public arrive after we have reached capacity, they will be asked to leave.

Planning

ontact Information