About Easebourne Parish Council2019-01-02T11:02:09+01:00

About Easebourne Parish Council

Easebourne Parish Council (EPC) aims to provide good quality services and sound management of the community assets for which we are responsible, whilst ensuring that we get best value from the funds provided by our residents and tax payers.

Parish Councils are funded solely through Council Tax and from income from any services they provide. They do not receive any Government funding or business rates.

Parish Councils appoint a Clerk to carry out and record the council’s decisions and may also employ other staff as necessary.

Councils have to meet at least four times a year, including one public meeting where they can be questioned by local electors. EPC currently has one Parish Clerk managing all of our administration (Click here for contact details). We meet every other month in the Refectory (behind St Mary’s Church, Easebourne) and all of our meetings are open to the public. See Parish Council meetings page for details of the next meeting, and for minutes of recent meetings.

Councillors are consulted on Planning issues, both from the district council and central government, on Health and Community issues, Policing, Road Safety, and Highways issues.

You are welcome to attend parish council meetings: agendas are always posted on notice boards the week prior to the meetings taking place. Details of the date, time and venue of the next meeting are also posted on this website.

Your Councillors and Clerk are here to help.  To find out who they are and for contact details click here.