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Stanstead Abbotts Parish Council Meetings

Stanstead Abbotts Parish Council currently meets once a month to discuss the running of the council and local issues. Members of the public and press are invited to attend these meetings, which are usually held in the Ashlea Room of Stanstead Abbotts Parish Hall at 7.45pm.

During the COVID-19 Pandemic all meetings were held online via Zoom but from 7th May 2021 all council meetings must be in person so after this date they will be held in the Parish Hall in Roydon Road.

Parish Council Agendas and Minutes are also displayed on the Parish Council notice board at the entrance to the High St Car Park, and the noticeboard outside the Parish Hall (see below for copies of recent documents).

*****UPDATE ****

The Annual Parish Meeting will now be held on Thursday 20th May @ 7.30pm IN THE PARISH HALL as Councils are not allowed to hold remote meetings after 7th May 2021 

The Annual Parish meeting is a more informal meeting where local groups talk about their projects in the village and the Council update residents on their work over the year and future work.

Everyone is welcome, however, due to social distancing restrictions numbers will be very limited and attendance will need to be requested in email to the clerk at  clerk@stansteadabbottsparishcouncil.gov.uk and invites will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

The next official Council meeting is the Annual Council Meeting whish will now be held on Thursday 27th May @ 7.30pm IN THE PARISH HALL as Councils are not allowed to hold remote meetings after 7th May 2021.

Public and press are welcome, however, due to social distancing restrictions numbers will be very limited and attendance will need to be requested in email to the clerk at  clerk@stansteadabbottsparishcouncil.gov.uk and invites will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

You can find the meeting documents on our Meetings and Agendas page.