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Working with the Local Community

Website for Nether Stowey Parish Council

This part of the website is dedicated to the business Parish Council. Find out who your councillors are and how to contact them, what the council does and how you can join in.

The main roles of the Parish Council are:

  • To represent the local community’s interests, for example, by commenting on consultations, planning applications (but please note that the final decision rests with Somerset Council) and at meetings at various outside bodies (eg Hinkley Point, Quantock Hills AONB).
  • To support local organisations and activities;
  • To help provide care for amenities and village assets such as the Cemetery, Clock Tower, public seating, Castle Street public toilets and car park, and;
  • To help look after green spaces and footpaths.

The picturesque landscapes are important to the council and the communities

Next Parish Council Meetings

Parish Council Meeting will be held on Monday 9th September, 2024 at 7:00 PM

This meeting will be held at St Marys Church Centre. Members of the public are welcome to attend. The agenda will be available here from the Wednesday afternoon before the meeting and also available in the Parish Office window and on our notice boards at The Cross and at Harry Prowse Close and Church View.

Please note: there is no scheduled meeting in August. Should it become essential to hold one it will be on Monday 12 August, and the agenda will be available on Wednesday 7 August.

Note: The Agenda will be published on Wednesday 4 September

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