Brede Parish Council

Welcome to our website

Welcome to our new website.

 

 

Brede Parish Council is the first tier of local government and is here to represent the needs of the local community. We are a statutory body with 9 councillors.

 

 

Brede Parish Council meets on the last Tuesday of every month (except August and December) in the Committee Room at Brede Village Hall at 7.30pm and we encourage parishioners to come along to the meetings and find out what is going on. There is always an opportunity for questions and comments and we would be delighted to see you there.

 

 

 

Latest News

 

MAKE A CHANGE, BECOME A LOCAL COUNCILLOR
13th February 2019

 

BREDE PARISH COUNCIL is calling on residents, passionate about their community to stand in the local elections in 2019.

 

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Brede PArish Nominations
14th January 2019

 

Every year the Parish Council has a meeting in the village hall to report

to the parish the things that they have (or have not) achieved. Most

years the turnout by parishioners is rather low, this year we thought we

could put a bit more interest into itů.

 

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SO:-

We would like you to nominate people from the village who you think

have put that bit extra in to improve and enhance the village and help

others.

The list of categories for these nominations are:-

 Young Person of The Year Award. In recognition of a young person doing something amazing or achieving something.

 Community Spirit Award. Awarded to someone who brings a

Community Spirit to the Parish.

 Brede Shield. Awarded to a person/persons or group who contribute to enhance the community. This will be an annual award.

Nominations for ALL categories can be sent by email to:

 

 

 

Development Plan for Rother
December 2016

 

Views sought on development plan for Rother

A new plan identifying potential sites and other topics to help meet Rother's development requirements is out for public consultation. It covers the whole District except where Neighbourhood Plans are being prepared. The 10-week consultation runs until Monday 20th February.

 

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