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Statement of Persons Nominated, Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations Election of a Member of Parliament for the West Dorset Constituency can be found under Noticeboard

Notice of Election UK Parliamentary General Election for the West Dorset Constituency can be found under Noticeboard

The Public Notice to View the unaudited accounts is published under the Finance 

Next meetings

Full Council

will all be held on 13th June 2024 in the Cerne Abbas Village Hall starting at 7pm

Agenda can be found under Agenda Tab

Minutes can be found under Minutes Tab

For further details see the Noticeboard Tab

Cerne Valley Parish Council is a Group Parish, covering the separate parishes of Cerne Abbas, Godmanstone, Nether Cerne and Up Cerne.

There are almost 800 people on the electoral roll, and the Parish Council aims to represent their interests and to preserve the environment for the enjoyment of the residents, visitors and future generations.

It provides and maintains a number of services and works in partnership with the County Council, District Council and, wherever possible, other organisations in the area.