Draft minutes of the January Monthly Meeting of Coxhoe Parish Council are now available on this website. It was an important meeting as the Council decided how much it would increase the cost to parishioners of running the Parish Council. Find out more by accessing the minutes.
The minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council’s Human Resources Committee on 16 October 2019 were approved at the meeting of the Human Resources Committee on 15 January 2020.
They are available online now.
Coxhoe Parish Council is delighted to welcome our newest Councillor, Nathan Brown, on board.
Nathan has joined our ambitious Parish Council to help deliver our ever increasing workload. Nathan will be representing the Coxhoe ward. Chairman Councillor Stuart Dunn said, ‘We are really pleased that Nathan has come forward to fill the role left by Barbara Hepplewhite. We get through a massive amount of business for a vibrant and demanding community. It is great to have Nathan’s help as we progree into 2020. Barbara has been an excellent councillor for many years and we were sorry to see her leave. We wish her well in the future’.
Check out the contact details of Councillor Nathan Brown.
There are currently two vacancies for councillors to serve the Quarrington Hill ward. One of these is available to be filled by co-option and we await the conclusion of the legal process at the end of this month to see how we might fill that vacancy. You can find out more about the councillor vacancy to be filled by co-option here.
The Parish Council needs members of the community to come forward to become Parish councillors to serve the Quarrington Hill.
A vacancy that arose at the start of the winter has still not been filled. Now as a result of the resignation of Julie Smith there is now no-one acting as a councillor representing the Quarrington Hill ward.
In respect of the previous vacancy you can find out a little more about how to apply to be a councillor here.
Click the link in this sentence to find out more about the legal process we are going through to acertain the way we will go about filling the more recent vacancy.
Coxhoe Parish Council is looking for an Administration Officer to help deliver our services.
The post is part time, 20 hours per week. You can find out details of the Administration Officer post here.
If you are interested and meet our person specification then we would love to here from you.
The agenda for the meeting of the Human Resources Committee on 15 January 2020 is now available online.
You can access the agenda from our Agenda and Minutes pages or from the following:
Coxhoe Parish Council Play Group has met for the last time.
We have been trialling the Play Group from early last year following the closure of the Village Hall Play Group. Unfortunately, due to alternative provision elsewhere in the village we have not secured sufficient numbers to make the provision of the group a viable proposition. We have therefore taken the difficult decision to close the playgroup.
There is significant provision for toddlers elsewhere in the village, including:
- Little Legs baby massage and toddler centre, 21, Church Street. See Facebook or contact 07555 097598
- Playgroup at Coxhoe Club, Monday, Tuesday and Friday 9.15 am to 11.00 pm
- Hippitots which provides childcare and some funded places – email firstname.lastname@example.org, and,
- Active Life Centre Little Movers 2.00 pm to 2.45 pm. This provision is dependant on funding so if interested you need to check that is on by telephoning 0191 3771789.
The approved minutes of the 4 December 2019 monthly meeting of Coxhoe Parish Council are now available online.
The draft minutes of the January Meeting will be publicised when available. The next monthly meeting of Coxhoe Parish Council will be on the 5 February 2020.
The agenda for the first Monthly Meeting of Coxhoe Parish Council in 2020 is now available online.
The meeting is due to be held on Monday, 6 January. The meeting takes place in Quarrington Hill Community Centre and starts at 6.30 pm.
The meeting will, amongst other things, consider the budget for the next financial year and the precept, how much parishioners will be required to pay.
Access a copy of the Agenda for the Monthly Meeting of Coxhoe Parish Council to be held on 6 January 2020
Coxhoe Parish Council offices are now closed for the Christmas and New Year Holiday period.
We will be reopening on 6 January 2020 where the first piece of main business will be the January Monthly Parish Council meeting which will be held in Quarrington Hill Community Centre.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year.