© Reed Parish Council 2021 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
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Reed Parish Council

Reed Parish Council is one of 9,000 such Councils across England and Wales. Parish Councils are the most local tier of government, closest to the people they serve. Other tiers of government and their responsibilities More about Parish Councils in England and Wales The Parish Council is consulted by the District Council on planning applications within and close to the parish. The Parish Council represents the views of the village to the District and County Councillors on any issue which affects the village. It is also responsible for the village green and children’s playground the defibrillator in the former telephone box by the village hall (installed with the help of the cricket club) litter bins and dog bins the bus shelter the village sign and the planned informative sign benches and picnic tables the annual bonfire night event. The Council uses the monies it raises through the precept to maintain areas in the village, support village organisations and generally improve village life.

Your Parish Councillors

Ken Langley (Chairman): langley@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Caroline d’Ayala (Vice Chair): dAyala@reedparishcouncil.co.uk John Kershaw: kershaw@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Barbara Blower: blower@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Edwin Kilby: kilby@reedparishcouncil.co.uk

Pattern of meetings

Reed Parish Council usually meets every two months, normally at the Village Hall. An annual meeting is held each May. Agendas and Minutes

Website

We have created this website to keep you informed of Parish Council activities and provide information about the wider Reed community. We want the information on the website to be accessible to everyone. If you need information on this website in a different format, or if you need something to be read to you over the phone email webmaster@reedparishcouncil.co.uk or contact the clerk on 07763 167116 or clerk@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Read our full website accessibility statement Reed Village Report 2021 Reed’s Annual Parish Meeting in May 2021 was held online using Zoom. Like last year we have produced an Annual Report in booklet form. Printed copies have been circulated to households in Reed, and you can also read it online. The online version includes additional content which did not appear in the printed version. Read the report online
Village Sign on the Green

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. Reed falls within the Parliamentary constituency of North-East Hertfordshire. The Member of Parliament is Sir Oliver Heald.

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© Reed Parish Council 2021 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
The website of Reed Parish Council

Reed Parish

Council

Reed Parish Council is one of 9,000 such Councils across England and Wales. Parish Councils are the most local tier of government, closest to the people they serve. Other tiers of government and their responsibilities More about Parish Councils in England and Wales The Parish Council is consulted by the District Council on planning applications within and close to the parish. The Parish Council represents the views of the village to the District and County Councillors on any issue which affects the village. It is also responsible for the village green and children’s playground the defibrillator in the former telephone box by the village hall (installed with the help of the cricket club) litter bins and dog bins the bus shelter the village sign and the planned informative sign benches and picnic tables the annual bonfire night event. The Council uses the monies it raises through the precept to maintain areas in the village, support village organisations and generally improve village life.

Your Parish Councillors

Ken Langley (Chairman): langley@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Caroline d’Ayala (Vice Chair): dAyala@reedparishcouncil.co.uk John Kershaw: kershaw@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Barbara Blower: blower@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Edwin Kilby: kilby@reedparishcouncil.co.uk

Pattern of meetings

Reed Parish Council usually meets every two months, normally at the Village Hall. An annual meeting is held each May. Agendas and Minutes

Website

We have created this website to keep you informed of Parish Council activities and provide information about the wider Reed community. We want the information on the website to be accessible to everyone. If you need information on this website in a different format, or if you need something to be read to you over the phone email webmaster@reedparishcouncil.co.uk or contact the clerk on 07763 167116 or clerk@reedparishcouncil.co.uk Read our full website accessibility statement Reed Village Report 2021 Reed’s Annual Parish Meeting in May 2021 was held online using Zoom. Like last year we have produced an Annual Report in booklet form. Printed copies have been circulated to households in Reed, and you can also read it online. The online version includes additional content which did not appear in the printed version. Read the report online
Village Sign on the Green

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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. Reed falls within the Parliamentary constituency of North-East Hertfordshire. The Member of Parliament is Sir Oliver Heald.