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Grewelthorpe Parish Council

Welcome, to the Grewelthorpe Parish Council website.

Grewelthorpe is located in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire.

The village lies to the north of Harrogate and is situated between the ancient city of Ripon and the historic market town of Masham. Set in the beautiful countryside on the edge of both Wensleydale and Nidderdale, the village is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)  and Special Scientific Interest (SSI).

Parish Council Meetings are held six times a year at Grewelthorpe Village Hall, HG4 3BU. Meetings usually start at 7.30 pm.

In addition , the Parish Council holds two "Annual Meetings". The first is the Annual Parish Meeting, held on the second Wednesday in March. This is a meeting of the electors of the parish and offers an opportunity to come together and find out what's been happening during the past year and offer ideas and suggestions for the coming year. Community Groups are invited to submit reports on their activities.

The second is the Annual Parish Council Meeting - the AGM of the Parish Council - held on the second Wednesday in May. This is a formal meeting to deal with procedural matters such as appointing officers for the coming year and approving the previous year's accounts.

Both of these Annual Meetings start at 7.00pm.

The following pages contain information about your parish council; who your councilors are, what the parish council does, how it is organised, what it spends and how it is funded.

If you wish to contact the parish council and ask a question about something, please use the contact page. Your message will be directed to the Parish Clerk.

We, the Parish Council, sincerely hope you find the information useful. If you think it can be improved, please let us know.

View of Grewelthorpe Pond in Springtime View of Grewelthorpe Pond in Springtime