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The next meeting of Kersey Parish Council will be an extraordinary meeting on Monday 24 May at 7.30pm in Kersey Village Hall

Ordinary meetings for Kersey Parish Council

Remote meeting legislation, introduced in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, expired on 7 May 2021.  Parish Council meetings will now return to the village hall.  A risk assessment will be carried out and measures taken to ensure the safety of all those attending Parish Council meetings.

Ordinary Parish Council meetings scheduled for 2021

  • Monday 18 January Parish Council
  • Monday 1 March Parish Council
  • Monday 12 April Annual Parish Assembly + short Parish Council
  • Tuesday 4 May Parish Council Annual Meeting (note new date)
  • Monday 5 July Parish Council
  • Monday 6 September Parish Council
  • Monday 15 November Parish Council 

These Ordinary meetings usually start at 7.30pm and last around two hours.

Kersey residents are welcomed and encouraged to attend meetings and can ask questions or bring matters to the attention of the Council in the public forum, 'Parish Time'.  Notice of all meetings with an agenda are published on the noticeboard and online in the folder at the bottom of this page.

Click here to see a guide for public participation at Kersey Parish Council meetings

Extraordinary Parish Council meetings are called as and when necessary, particularly if a response to a planning application is required by Babergh District Council before the next ordinary meeting. These meetings are usual quite short, just to consider planning applications and any other urgent matters. Notice of the meeting with an agenda are published on the noticeboard and online as usual.

As the Parish Council is a statutory consultee, all planning applications for Kersey are sent to us by Babergh District Council for comments. The Parish Council is responsible for the approval and monitoring of Parish Council expenditure and setting the precept. The Parish Council is also involved in highways, community safety, and rights of way.

Our meetings are regularly attended by:

  • Leigh Jamieson our Babergh District Councillor
  • Robert Lindsay our Suffolk County Councillor

Minutes of Parish Council meetings can be seen online, see folders below.  A hard copy can be obtained from the Clerk upon request.  A Parish Council report is also published in the Kersey Newsletter.


Agenda and Minutes of Meetings:

Click on the folders below to see the minutes for each year