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Harby Parish Council

Parish Council Meetings

Calendar of Meeting Dates:

  • Thursday 21st February 2019 - Parish Council Meeting
  • Thursday 4th April 2019 - Annual Parish Meeting followed by a Parish Council Meeting
  • Thursday 16th May 2019 - Annual Parish Council Meeting followed by a Parish Council Meeting

Parish Council 

The Parish Council represents the local community and works closely with the District and County Council to maintain and improve the parish. It provides local services, including grass cutting, allotments and community grants. The Council has also funded a community defibrillator, grit bins, benches and play equipment and is a consultee on local planning applications.


Ordinary Parish Council Meetings are held every other month, with Planning Meetings (where the Council makes a consultation response on local planning applications) and Extra-Ordinary Meetings being held as and when required. 

The meeting location is shown on each agenda, with meetings usually being held in Harby Village Hall Committee Room, which is accessed off Low Street. Parking is available at the Village Hall and is accessed off the High Street.

The public is welcome to attend meetings and can ask questions and share their views during the public time (decisions can not be made on items raised, if they are not on the agenda - they will be added to the next agenda).

Agendas (Will be published here until minutes/draft minutes are published)

6 December 2018 Ordinary Meeting 141-18-Agenda.pdf 240.9 KB 21 February 2019 Ordinary Meeting Agenda.pdf 148.7 KB

For the latest ANNUAL RETURN, accounts and budget, which are considered at Ordinary meetings, visit the Council Documents page.


See below for meeting minutes. For minutes from earlier years please contact the Clerk. 

2018-19 Current Year






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