GRETTON PARISH COUNCIL
WHO WE ARE:
Gretton Parish Council was formed in 1994 and currently has 5 members. The Council is an elected body, with some co-opted members who are in office for a period of 4 years. Gretton Parish Council comes into the ward of Winchcombe and is represented by the borough councillors for Winchcombe at Tewkesbury Borough Council.
Names and contact details for Gretton Parish Council (from May 2015) are listed below:
John Hurley (Chair) 01242 620437 firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoff Hanson 01242 603848 email@example.com
Peter Marriott 01242 603096 firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Nixon 01242 621339 email@example.com
Katherine Noble (Clerk) 07930 634297 firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT WE DO:
Our main purpose is to represent the views of all residents within the parish of Gretton. Some of our other roles are:
- To assist in the running of local services
- To decide how much to raise through the council tax in order to deliver these services
- To influence and shape the long term development policy for the parish. To consider planning applications
- To work to bring about improvements through local projects, working in partnerships with other parishes and agencies
We meet on every second Thursday of alternate months in the village hall at 7.00 pm. Please come along and see what we are about. We can only address your issues if we are aware of them. The website (grettonpc.weebly.com) is also available for you to raise issues through the discussion forum.