About Bromsberrow Parish Council

The Parish Council is the tier of local government closest to the people. The main role of the Parish Council is to provide a link between the local community and other service providers, other duties of the Parish Council include providing certain local services and providing views on local planning applications.

Bromsberrow Parish Council is comprised of 5 councillors elected by the parishioners and appointed by the District Council.

The Clerk is an employee of the Council working part-time and is responsible for the management of the Parish Council affairs.

Meetings of the Parish Council are held bi-monthly at 7.30pm in the Village Hall, members of the public and press are welcome to attend the meetings and bring forward any concerns however are not permitted to participate in discussions. Notice of Parish Council meetings are posted on the Parish Council Website and in the Parish noticeboard.