PARISH COUNCIL



THE WORK OF BOXFORD PARISH COUNCIL

The Parish Council has an overall responsibility for the well-being of the parish.

The work falls into three main categories:

  • representing the local community
  • delivering services to meet local needs
  • striving to improve quality of life in the parish

Councillors have three main areas of work:

  • Decision-making: through attending meetings, councillors decide which activities to support, where money should be spent, what services should be delivered and what policies should be implemented
  • Monitoring: councillors make sure that their decisions lead to efficient and effective services by keeping an eye on how well things are working
  • Getting involved locally: as local representatives, councillors have responsibilities towards their constituents and local organisations. This often depends on what the councillor wants to achieve and how much time is available.

if you would like to contact the parish council please email Debbie Hattrell, Parish Clerk on pc@boxford.suffolk.gov.uk

Your Parish Councillors:
Chairman
Julian Fincham-Jacques 42 Homefield 01787 210376
Vice Chairman
Roger Balls 19 Daking Avenue 01787 210136
Councillors
Cecil Hughes Kiln Place, Cox Hill 01787 210685
Suzanne Impett Amberly, The Causeway 01787 210035
David Waspe 22 Stone Street 01787 828953
Andrew Sargeant 39 Homefield 01787 211048
David Talbot Clarke 18-20 Broad Street 01787 211976
Vince Strafford The Old School House 01787 211026
Mathew Wooderson Birdsong, 16 Goodlands 01787 211204
Parish Clerk
Debbie Hattrell   01787 210943
Babergh District Councillor
Bryn Hurren   01787 210854
Suffolk County Councillor
James Finch   01206 263649

The dates for the parish council meetings in 2017 are as follows:
Monday 9th January
Monday 6th February
Monday 6th March
Monday 3rd April
Tuesday 2nd May
Monday 5th June
Monday 3rd July
Monday 4th September
Monday 2nd October
Monday 6th November
Monday 4th December

The parish council meet at 7:30pm in Bell House, Stone Street Road. Meetings are open to all and we encourage you to come and listen to the proceedings or have your say during the time allocated for public participation.