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Minutes of meetings are on the Diary Page Agendas are on the Calendar
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Or more descriptively, Cradley and Storridge Parish Council, for it encompasses the Village of Storridge as well, exists to look after the interests and well being of the communities within its boundaries. Consisting of fifteen members, elected every four years, and headed by an annually elected Chair. The Council meets the second Tuesday in each month, at Cradley Village Hall during the Spring and Summer and at Storridge Village Hall during the Autumn and Winter. Normal meetings are open to the public to attend and indeed the Council welcomes and encourages participation by members of the community Agendas for meetings are usually issued 5 days before the date and can be viewed on the Parish Council notice boards within the two villages or here online on the Calendar. Anyone wishing a matter to be discussed or raised at Council should in the first instance contact the Clerk or a Parish Councillor. (see your Councillors page) For more details of how Parish Councils work and the scope of their involvement in the local community 
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Have you ever felt that you would like a more direct input in how the community of Cradley and Storridge is guided? If so then now is your chance We have a vacancy for a councillor which we can fill by co-option which means that you can apply to the Clerk to be considered and if successful be invited to serve on the council. What next? Check out the procedures involved  by clicking HERE and check out what is expected of someone who takes up the position  by clicking HERE. Alternatively drop Mary ,our Clerk , an email with any questions you may have marym.abarnett@btinternet.com,
Neighbourhood  Development Plan Referendum Result !! I am honoured to have been elected Parish Council Chairman for the 2017 Ė 2018 year of office . As one of the larger parishes in the County of Herefordshire  we have a wonderful rural setting , full of character and complete with a diverse range of  wildlife , footpaths and an equally diverse community. I see my job as endeavouring to guide the Council in protecting and enhancing all that we all cherish . I will be guided by my five golden rules and aims : 	1.	To serve all of our community  not just individual machinations 	2.	To consult with our community on what are their  priorities 	3.	To foster adherence to the Nolan principles of good practice in council actions 	4.	To encourage councillors to deliver on their commitments to the community 	5.	To  deliver  the priorities   A message from the Chairman of the Council Geoffrey Fielding