© Reed Parish Council 2019
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Reed Parish Council

Reed Parish Council meets every two months, normally at the Village Hall. The Parish Council is consulted by the District Council on planning applications within and close to the parish. The Parish Council also represents the views of the village to the District and County Councillors on any issue which affects the village. It is responsible for the village green and children’s playground. It uses the monies it raises through the precept to maintain areas in the village, support village organisations and generally improve village life. It has recently worked with the Cricket Club to install a defibrillator in the telephone box outside the Village Hall. Read more about Parish Councils in England here.

Your Parish Councillors

Ken Langley (Chairman): langley@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Caroline d’Ayala (Vice Chair): dAyala@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Peter Lawrence: lawrence@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Martin Higgs: higgs@reedparishcouncil.co.uk John Kershaw: kershaw@reedparishcouncil.co.uk
Other tiers of government North Hertfordshire District Council is responsible for planning, waste and recycling collections, licensing and many other matters. The District Councillor for Ermine Ward, which includes Reed, is Gerald Morris. Hertfordshire County Council has responsibility for highways, schools, public transport, social services and waste and recycling facilities, among other things. The County Councillor for Royston East and Ermine is Fiona Hill. The Member of Parliament for North-East Hertfordshire is Sir Oliver Heald.

Contact

Catharine Toms, Clerk to Reed Parish Council 07763 167116
© Reed Parish Council 2019
Reed Village The website of Reed Parish Council

Reed Parish

Council

Reed Parish Council meets every two months, normally at the Village Hall. The Parish Council is consulted by the District Council on planning applications within and close to the parish. The Parish Council also represents the views of the village to the District and County Councillors on any issue which affects the village. It is responsible for the village green and children’s playground. It uses the monies it raises through the precept to maintain areas in the village, support village organisations and generally improve village life. It has recently worked with the Cricket Club to install a defibrillator in the telephone box outside the Village Hall. Read more about Parish Councils in England here.

Your Parish Councillors

Ken Langley (Chairman): langley@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Caroline d’Ayala (Vice Chair): dAyala@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Peter Lawrence: lawrence@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Martin Higgs: higgs@reedparishcouncil.co.uk John Kershaw: kershaw@reedparishcouncil.co.uk

Contact

Catharine Toms, Clerk to Reed Parish Council 07763 167116