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Next Meeting:
Jan 20

Parish Council Meeting

January 20, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
Clent Parish Hall, Church Avenue, Clent
 

We look forward to seeing you there.

Our NEW contact details –
Our new contact details:
Phone – 07929 213117
Email: – clerk@clentparishcouncil.gov.uk
Address – The Clerk, Fourstones, Bromsgrove Road, Clent, DY9 9RL.

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It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to our website.
Our parish council website has been designed to be clear and informative and now meets the new GDPR regulations.  We will continue to update and improve the way we display council news and information on the site so please continue to keep coming back and having a look.
I was honoured to be elected as Chairman of Clent Parish Council and it gives me a great deal of pride to be able to represent Clent along with my fellow dedicated parish councillors who work tirelessly for the good of Clent. 
I look forward to meeting many local residents at our various events we hold and at our full council meetings throughout the year.  All dates of our meetings can be found on the website as well as agendas and minutes.  At each council meeting there is a public open session prior to commencement of the meeting.  We welcome your comments, questions and ideas from parishioners. 
Please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Clerk, clerk@clentparishcouncil.gov.uk Tel: 07929 213117 if you have any questions or items to report.

Kind regards,
Nick Sugden
Chairman, Clent Parish Council

Chairman’s Welcome

It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to our website.
Our parish council website has been designed to be clear and informative and now meets the new GDPR regulations. We will continue to update and improve the way we display council news and information on the site so please continue to keep coming back and having a look.
I was honoured to be elected as Chairman of Clent Parish Council and it gives me a great deal of pride to be able to represent Clent along with my fellow dedicated parish councillors who work tirelessly for the good of Clent.
I look forward to meeting many local residents at our various events we hold and at our full council meetings throughout the year. All dates of our meetings can be found on the website as well as agendas and minutes. At each council meeting there is a public open session prior to commencement of the meeting. We welcome your comments, questions and ideas from parishioners.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Clerk, clerk@clentparishcouncil.gov.uk Tel: 07929 213117 if you have any questions or items to report.
Kind regards,
Nick Sugden Chairman, Clent Parish Council

Vacancy for Parish Councillor

A casual vacancy has arisen for a Parish Councillor on Clent Parish Council.

On 18th November 2019 the Parish Council resolved to fill the position by co-option.
If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor please contact Nick Farress, Parish Clerk by email clerk@clentparishcouncil.gov.uk, telephone 07929 213117 or at the following address: 16 Hunts Rise, Bewdley, DY12 1HR.

Candidates who wish to be formally considered for the post will be asked to submit a brief written statement setting out their skills, knowledge and experience that they believe are relevant for the post.

If there is more than one candidate the matter will be put to the vote. Each Councillor will have one vote.
Voting will be in accordance with the Council’s Standing Orders by a show of hands and will continue until one candidate has received an absolute majority of those Councillors present.

At this stage the successful candidate will be declared as co-opted and will be asked to join the meeting.

The successful candidate will be a Councillor for Clent Parish Council in their own right and is no different from any other member; co-option is a legitimate form of election onto the Council.

Nick Farress
Clerk to Clent PC

Clent resident’s novel published

The Family Rebel
A historical adventure novel by Clent Author Stan Bloxham

1775. Oxfordshire farmer William Bloxham discovers his bastard son Billy involved in a desperate plot to kidnap
King George Ⅲ.
Determined to save the lad from being hanged for treason, William leaves land and family in the hands of his pregnant wife Anne, takes up arms, and pursues the gang to London.
Read a ‘taster’ of this exciting tale on authorstanbloxham.org.uk
Then buy the book, signed, direct from Stan for £6,
or from Amazon for £6.99.

Information on the Smart Meters rollout into all homes and businesses before 2020.
UK GOVERNMENT SMART METERS ROLLOUT 2020

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Worcestershire CC are now inviting you to send your comments and feedback on the Local Transport Plan 4, whether you are a local resident, a business or a visitor, as these will help to shape the documents.
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Parish Council Meeting

January 20, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
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Parish Council Meeting

February 17, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
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Parish Council Meeting

March 16, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
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Annual Meeting of the Parish Council

May 18, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
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