What does the Parish Council do?
The parish council is a democratically elected body serving the parish of Cosgrove. Its purpose is to protect and promote the interests of parishioners and to provide local services. A copy of the parish council meeting agenda and minutes can be found on the bus shelter notice board. A summary report written by a member of the public can be read in the Old Mail magazine. Alternatively view previous minutes by selecting from the dropdown menu under Parish Council.
Parish Council meetings are held at The Village Hall on the first Wednesday of each month and start at 7.30pm.
Members of the community are welcome to attend meetings and observe discussions. The meeting agenda includes a 15 minute period to allow parishioners the opportunity to raise any concerns or ask questions of the Council.
Members of the community may send their concerns or suggestions to the clerk or a member of the Parish Council in advance of meetings, if preferred.
If you are concerned about any parish matters, please let a member of the Parish Council know.
The next Parish Council Meeting will be held in The Village Hall on
Wednesday 2nd February 2022 starting at 7.30pm.
A maximum of 15 members of the public are welcome to attend, providing a request to attend has been sent to the clerk in advance of the meeting, a negative Lateral Flow Test has been completed before attending and a face mask is worn throughout the meeting. Places to be reserved by emailing the clerk.
Covid-19 safety precautions must be observed and adhered to.