Manley Parish Council meets 6 times per year, usually in January, March, May, July, September, and November. These meeting are held in order to discuss and agree actions that will improve the wellbeing of the residents of the Parish. Of these meetings, the May meeting is also the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council, at which the officers are confirmed and significant administrative arrangements essential for conducting everyday business and activities are reviewed.
Also in May, immediately before the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council , there is a Manley Parish Annual Meeting. This meeting is essentially a review of the significant developments that took place in the Parish over the year, and updates are provided by various groups such as the Village Hall, Manley School, and Gowy Ward.
The date of the next meeting is Wednesday 20th March 2019 at 8 pm, in the Village Hall.
The remaining meetings for 2019 are:
All meetings will be held in the Village Hall at 8pm.
Members of the public are entitled to attend all meetings, and also entitled to address a meeting on any subject that they feel appropriate. If members of the public do wish to address a meeting, they must apply to the Clerk or the Chairman before the meeting. It will be at the Chairman’s discretion whether any requests received will be granted and, if invited to speak, individual members of the public will be allowed to speak for up to a maximum of five minutes.