Your Council

Your Council

Burstwick Parish Council is a small local authority that provides services for the residents of the parish.

The council provides allotments, manages the play area and the cemetery, produces a village newsletter and looks after Festive Field recreation space. The parish council as a corporate body are also charity trustees for Burstwick Village Hall.

The council consists of 9 parish councillors who meet once a month (January to November) to make decisions on behalf of the village. Meeting dates can be viewed by selecting the Council Meetings calendar. They are also displayed on the village noticeboards.

To view agenda, minutes, policies and financial information select the Documents tab.

Minutes of meetings will be published as soon as reasonably possible following council approval at the subsequent meeting.

Standing orders are the written rules of a local council. They are used to confirm a council’s internal organisational, administrative and procurement procedures and procedural matters for meetings. They are not the same as the policies of a council but they may refer to them. Standing orders for Burstwick Parish Council can be found within the policies section under the Documents tab.

The parish council signed up to the Civility & Respect Pledge in 2022.