Bury Parish Council

This section contains the official website pages of Bury Parish Council

Bury Parish Council has recently adopted the council section of the Bury in Cambridgeshire Village Website and we are now in the process of uploading information to this part of the site.

Contact details of the Parish Councillors and the Parish Clerk have been entered already and over the coming weeks we will be uploading copies of the agenda and minutes of the council meetings over the past 19 months or so. This should make it much easier for you to find out what has been going on.

We shall be publishing the dates, times and agenda (when available) of future meetings and subsequently, once approved, the official minutes of these meetings. You will also find over the coming weeks that we will place copies of the various Policy Documents, starting with the Rules and Regulations for the Cemetery, subsequently others that we are required to make available in the Document Library Section will be uploaded.

 

Bury Parish Council performs a range of functions to provide management of the local facilities and environment. Some of these functions it conducts itself whilst in other cases it provides feed back to Huntingdonshire District Council, Cambridgeshire County Council and National Government. Bury Parish Council has direct representation on Huntingdon District Council and numerous other local organisations.

But perhaps the most important responsibility taken on by the Bury Parish Councillors is to maintain the public pride and civic dignity of the parish. Look around and observe your community. Most of what you see has been passionately devised, created, organised and maintained by dedicated citizens of the Bury who have been elected as parish councillors over many years. This can only happen with the support of the rest of the population and that may mean you too.

 

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