All Council Meetings are held in the Village hall and are open to the public. Details of when and where the meetings are to take place are included in the published Agendas, both on the Parish Noticeboard and Website.
Villagers are encouraged to attend as many Parish Council Meetings as they are able. This is your opportunity to hear about issues affecting our village and you also have the chance to have your say and voice any concerns.
Within the Full Parish Council Meetings there is an early slot on the agenda where the public can speak about items on that agenda. There is also a Public Participation Session at the end of all monthly meetings to allow residents or guests to speak on any matters of concern in relation to the village of Theydon Bois.
The Council has Committees comprising of the Finance and General Purposes Committee, Planning Committee (which meets fortnightly), Highways and Environment Committee and Community Initiatives Committee. The public are welcome to attend these meetings.
The Parish Council also holds an Annual Parish Meeting each May and this is where we may adopt new model Standing Orders and also advise our residents, through Parish Councillor presentations, what they have been doing throughout the year.
So, if you are keen to get to know your Parish Councillors, do come along to the Village Hall on one of the Full Council Meeting dates. We would very much like to meet you.
*Theydon Bois Parish Council Meetings – Dates for 2023
|MEETINGS SCHEDULE FOR 2023||All Meetings will be in the Small Hall|
|FULL COUNCIL||PLANNING EVERY 2 to 3 WEEKS|
|APRIL||*Wednesday* 26||APRIL||*Tuesday* 4||20|
|FINANCE||HIGHWAYS & ENVIRONMENT||COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT|
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
Would you like the opportunity to make a difference? If so, we openly encourage residents to attend meetings to engage with the Parish Council and see how you can be part of community projects and initiatives.
For more information about the village of Theydon Bois, its history and the range of activities on offer, please visit: theydon.org.uk