The Parish Council Meetings are held on,
the first Tuesday of each month.
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The Council conducts its business at various meetings, which it holds throughout each year. All meetings are held in Wroot Village Hall and commence at 7.00pm, and are held on the first Tuesday of each month. All meetings are open to the public, except those meetings or parts of the same where the public is excluded by resolution.
The Council is a local authority by virtue of the Local Government Act 1972, although it has been in existence since 1894 when an Act of Parliament passed it at that time. It comprises seven Members. Members of the Council are democratically elected for 4 years and will automatically retire in May 2019, when the next local council election is held.
All Members of the Council have signed up to the Council’s Code of Conduct and accordingly registered their various interests, which may be inspected by members of the public. The register of each Member’s interests is on deposit at North Lincolnshire Council or by contacting the Parish Clerk.
Members of the Council are not paid for their services, which are entirely voluntary
The Council is required by law to appoint from its Members a Chairman and Vice-Chairman. During the municipal year 2016/17, the Chairman of the Council is Councillor Philip Bayes and the Vice-Chairman is Councillor Angela White.
Agendas will be posted 5 working days prior to each meeting.
Minutes can be found by clicking on the Minutes tab in the Navigation Menu or by clicking on the link in the Latest Minutes Info Box.
Only minutes which have been ratified will be available to view on the ‘Minutes’ page.