Our Parish Council and the Tollerton Community Trust
Tollerton Parish Council
Our plans don’t deliver themselves and so our improvements are enabled by our active parish council. Parish Councils are the most local part of our democratic system – the part of local government that is closest to the public.
Tollerton Parish Council has a small budget to provide local facilities and improvements. The Parish Council works with, and for, our community and it represents you. Your councillors provide leadership and local representation for residents and the community about issues of interest of concern, planning decisions and emergency planning for Tollerton. Find out more about your Parish Councillors
Meetings of the Parish council
Members of the public are welcomed and encouraged to attend all meetings and time is allocated for them to raise issues for future consideration by the parish council. Minutes are taken at each meeting and are published on the website and parish rooms notice board. Dates of meetings are posted on the Parish Council Notice Board and on this site.
Doing business with the Council
To provide facilities and services for Tollerton the parish council will occasionally contract for work. If you want to find out more about our contracts then the following information will be of interest.
Parish Council policies
Find out more about the parish council’s approach to important matters such as safeguarding and risk management.
Tollerton Community Trust
The community trust was established in 2016 and is a local charity that helps support the community to achieve our priorities. It support fundraising and local causes.
Grant aid is available for groups in Tollerton through the Community Trust. The parish council provides the Trust with a grant to distribute to support community activity in Tollerton.
Annual Parish Meeting
Every parish must hold a Parish Meeting between 1st March and 1st June. The meeting is open to electors from Tollerton and provides an opportunity to hear about the work undertaken by the Parish Council and other community groups during the previous 12 months.