Morland Parish Council




You will have seen a short survey from Morland Parish Council in the newsletter regarding the Donkey Field, please can you complete the survey and return it to any member of the Parish Council or the Neighbourhood Plannning Committee:, who are:

Lesley Robson

Steve Wilson

Peter Taylor   

Bob Brown

Phil Hancock

Dan Fitton

Paul Vines

Julia Evans

Jean Scott

Marion Marr

Next meeting of 2020

Monday 9th November



CLERK needed

Morland Parish Council seeks a confident person for the post of Clerk

The Clerk is responsible for

  • managing the day to day business of the Council
  • implementing decisions made at meetings by liaising with other authorities, businesses and parishioners
  • organising agendas and circulatling them to the counillors and parishioners
  • taking minutes of the 6 parish council meetings and 2 parish meetings per annum
  • managing the finances using Microsoft Excel, organising the audits, budgeting and arranging the precept and payments
  • correspondence via email and Microsoft Word

Working hours-16 per month, salary currently £10.43 per hour.

The Council meets at least six times per year on every second Monday in January, March, May, July, September and November all other work would be from home, computer and printer provided.

Training available and encouraged.

To apply send a CV’s with a covering letter to:

clerk@morlandparishcouncil.org or to

For an informal chat please call the chairman Steve Wilson on 07790472077.

Welcome to Morland Parish Council

The council was constituted in 1894, and minutes of these first meetings are held in bound hand written books, with details of the issues that were important to the parishioners.  Today the council operates in much the same way, taking care of the parish and working with community on different projects and issues.

There are seven elected councillors and one clerk, the councillors and the clerk usually meet every two months, however additional meetings can be held as and when needed.  The items at the meeting are those tasks which the Parish Council has local responsbility for,which include highways, footpath and bridleways, plannning application and development and changes within the Parish.

Each meeting is an open meeting and all members of the Parish are encouraged to attend and the minutes are available to read here.

Please come along to a meeting to find out more or contact us if you have a specific issue that you would like to be heard at a meeting.

Thank you