Who we are & what we do
Councillors and responsibilities (PDF, 90 Kb)
The Council as a Corporate Body
Parish Councils, including Charley Parish Council, were created by statute in 1894 and have the power to raise money through taxation known as the precept; there is a range of powers for the Council to spend public money.
The Council is a single corporate body in law and no part can operate in isolation. All decisions made by the Council are the responsibility of the Council as a whole.
The Council has a duty to ensure that all the rules for the administration of the council are followed and it is responsible for developing policies, monitoring performance and evaluating the activities undertaken.
The Parish Council is the 'grass root' tier of local government and has the ability to be closest to the community which it serves and represents. Charley Parish Council takes every effort to serve its community fairly and equally taking into consideration different interests and concerns.
The Parish Council meets every other month at 7.30 p.m Via Zoom (During the Pandemic). The Zom link can be found on the Agenda which is published 3 clear days prior to the meeting.
and residents and interested parties are welcome to attend.