Parish Council Meeting Dates

We are now holding meetings in the village hall again.

Below is a list of Tunstead and Sco Ruston Parish Council meeting dates. Parishioners are welcome to attend. There is a public forum before the meeting starts at 7.30pm for half an hour.

It is at this point members of the public can express concerns, offer praise and feed-back to the council on any matter that is within the council’s remit. Once the public participation element is closed, the council meeting starts. The public are welcome to stay on and observe the meeting. This way the council conduct their business in public.

From 8.00pm onward, the council meeting is not a public meeting; there is no requirement for the public to be given the opportunity to question the council. However, the chairman may invite members of the public to provide information on an item.

All meetings take place in the Portakabin® on the recreation ground.

 2021 Parish Council meeting dates
 19th January 20th July
16th March 21st September
18th May 16th November
Note: the May meeting is the Annual General Meeting of the Parish Council

Annual Parish Meeting

This is a meeting of local government electors for the parish.  It is not a parish council meeting, and whilst members of the public can attend, only registered electors of the parish may speak and vote. The purpose of the meeting is to enable the parish council to explain what it has done over the past year. It also enables electors to have a say on matters they feel affect the parish.

This year’s annual parish meeting takes place on 20th April 2021. Please see the agenda for log-in details.

Location and time

All the meetings listed above take place in the Tunstead Modular Building – Tunstead Recreation Ground, Market Street. And unless otherwise stated begin at 7:30pm.

NB: Portakabin® is a European and UK registered trade mark of Portakabin Limited. As such, the Portakabin® trade mark is used to refer to portable buildings that are known to have been manufactured by Portakabin Limited, such as the building currently in use.
reviewed 15/12/19