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Proposed Flagpole in the Pound
Responses by 6th May 2021 please.
If you'd like to let us know how you feel about having a flagpole in The Pound in Rodney Stoke please contact us here. Please let us know your name and address. We won't keep these details for any other prurpose.
Draft Flag Policy - if you have any comments on this please let us know.
Free bike marking event - Postponed
This event will be rescheduled when circumstances allow. It will be held in the Memorial Hall Car Park. No need to book, the police will mark and register your bike. This is a popular event, so please be prepared to queue and observe any Covid restrictions in place. You may wish to take a mask, sanitiser and don't forget your bike!
Coronavirus Measures for the Council
Rodney Stoke Parish Council approved a Business Continuity Motion at their meeting on Thursday 19th March. This will enable the Parish Council to continue to function during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Planning Committee will continue to respond to planning applications, please see the notices on the planning committee page.
All further face to face meetings will be postponed until further notice.
The Parish of Rodney Stoke covers the two villages of Draycott and Rodney Stoke which border the Mendip Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Parish Council is made up of 11 voluntary councillors who stand for election every four years. Councillors meet every other month to discuss local issues and to decide further action.
There are 2 vacancies on the Parish Council. Are you interested in joining us? For more information see Parish Councillor Vacancy Page
As elected bodies, Parish Councils are responsible to the community they represent and councillors adopt the Members' code of conduct based on the model supplied by the National Association of Local Councils and the Somerset Association of local councils.
Anyone is welcome to attend Parish Council meetings and is invited to contribute at the beginning of each session. After this session has finished, the public must not take any further part in the meeting except with the express permission of the Chairman, but may stay to observe the council in session.
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