Who we are & what we do
Leckhampton with Warden Hill Parish Council consists of 18 councillors who serve for a four year term. All Councillors are volunteers and receive no payment whatsoever. We have a full complement of serving Counsillors.
Council Meetings - see the diary of meetings for more information.
You can also access all meeting dates here.
For further information relating to the services offered by the Parish Council please contact the Parish Office who will be happy to give advice and assistance.
Committees and working groups
Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
- The Old Bell house, High Street, Bisley. GL67AA
- 07739 719079
We have a Clerk, Arlene Deane, who works with the Councillors to deliver the range of services we provide.
Arlene became Clerk in January 2018.
Prior to this she was working in the financial service sector for most of her working life, as a project/programme manager, dealing with IT and strategic initiatives both in the UK and abroad.
Arlene is a member of a number of community based groups and is an advocate of improving the environment for future generations.
Arlene can be contacted through our office by phone, email or letter- office hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
If you wish to make a complaint about the Council, or a Councillor or member of Council staff, please contact the Parish Office either via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. Click the link for a copy of our Complaints Procedure
Members Code of Conduct
This code of conduct (The Code) is adopted in response to the requirement under S.27(2)Localism Act (2011) for the Authority to promote and maintain high standards of conduct by members of the Council. Members have a duty to uphold the law and to act on all occasions in accordance with the public trust placed in them.
Leckhampton with Warden Hill Parish Council Standing Orders
Standing orders are the written rules of a local council. They are used to confirm a council's internal organisational, administrative and procurement procedures and procedural matters for meetings. They are not the same as the policies of a council but they may refer to them.
Meetings of full council, councillors, the Responsible Financial Officer and Proper Officer are subject to many statutory requirements. A council should have standing orders to confirm those statutory requirements. A council should have standing orders to control the number, place, quorum, notices and other procedures for committee and sub-committee meetings because these are subject to fewer statutory requirements. If it does not, committees and sub-committees may adopt their own standing orders.
Model standing orders that are in bold type contain statutory requirements. It is recommended that councils adopt them without changing them. Other model standing orders not in bold are designed to help councils operate effectively but do not contain statutory requirements so they may be adopted as drafted or amended to suit a council's needs.
The Parish Councils current Standing Orders are being updated and are therefore in draft until they are approved at a full Council meeting