Welcome to Anglesey Parish Council

The Parish Council

A quick bit about who we are, what we do & how you can join us! 

Anglesey Parish Council is a non-political elected body forming the first tier of Local Government.

The Parish Council has the same status as a Town or City Council, and both are sometimes knows as “Local Councils”. As Councillors, we represent you, the elector and resident in the Parish.The Council comprises eleven members, acting rather like the Board of a Company. All Councillors work on a voluntary basis. No Councillor has the right to act individually; the authority of the Council comes from the body as a whole.

The Council is reponsible for the Allotment Site at the end of Cambridge Street.

The Clerk, as the "Proper Officer" of the Council in law, has a number of specific duties and responsibilities in executing the resolutions of the Council and advising on points of law and procedure. In Anglesey Parish the Clerk is also the "Responsible Financial Officer" and the Allotment Officer.




Latest News

Installation of FOUR Defibrillator Units in the Parish

23 July 2018

FOUR new defibrillator units are installed at: The Uxbridge Arms, The Pakistani Community Centre, The Scrumptious Café and The Branston Arms.

Could You Be A Parish Councillor? Come along tonight and observe a meeting!

12 July 2018

Are you interested in becoming more involved in your community but do not know how?

Reporting Pot Holes and information

04 June 2018

Staffordshire County Council Online Reporting

Notice of Date of Commencement of Period For the Exercise of Public Rights

31 May 2018

The Financial Statements are published prior to External Audit by Mazars.

Interested in Growing Your Own Fruit & Veg?

28 March 2018

Plots available on Anglesey Allotments, Off Cambridge Street

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