All Parish Council correspondence
should be addressed to:
Mrs Sue Harrison,
91 Silverdale Road,
Meetings are held in the Quaker Old
School, Yealand Conyers, usually on the first Wednesday of every other month,
commencing at 7.45pm. Electors are entitled to attend these meetings, and may
address the Council during the first 15 minutes which is set aside for “Public
Participation”. Electors are not entitled to speak during the meeting, although
the Council usually allows brief comments when time permits. Between meetings
the Parish Council encourages electors to contact the Clerk or any of the
Councillors about any issues that they feel the Council should address.
The Annual Parish Council Meeting
is held on the first Wednesday in May. The Chairman is elected at this meeting.
In the year of an election (every four years) the Annual Parish Council Meeting
is held on the fourth day following the day of election, or within fourteen days
The Annual Parish Meeting
(sometimes referred to as the Parish Assembly) is usually held on the same
evening as the Annual Parish Council Meeting. It gives electors a formal
opportunity to discuss views on village issues.
The Parish Council notice board is
to the right of the Quaker Old School. This gives at least three clear days
notice and the agenda for any forthcoming meeting of the Parish Council, and at
least seven clear days notice of the Annual Parish Meeting. It is also used to
display the unconfirmed Minutes of the previous meeting.
The same notices should appear on
Planning Applications, received from Lancaster City Council, may be viewed by
contacting the clerk or by visiting Palatine Hall, Lancaster.
In accordance with section 51 of
the Act, Yealand Conyers Parish Council has adopted the Model Code of Conduct
and all members have signed statutory undertakings to comply with the provisions
of the Code.
Lancashire County Councillor:
2 Rectory Paddock
Lancashire City Councillor:
Ms. Kath Graham
8 Wallings Lane
Lancaster City Council - Parish Council Membership Details: