The Parish Council
Hunsbury Meadows Parish Council was formed in 2013. The current Council was elected in May 2021.
The Council consists of 8 elected Councillors and a Parish Clerk. At present there are 6 elected members and the Council has vacancy of 2 members. Anyone over the age of 18,living, working or owning land within the parish and would like to contribute to the welfare of their community is eligible to be a Councillor.
Please apply to the Clerk:
Parish Council Vacancies
We currently have 2 vacancies on the Parish Council.
Below you will find some pages providing further information on what Parish Councils and Councillors do, who can be a Councillor and some Frequently Asked Questions
If you are interested please email the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org, message us on Facebook or come along to the next Parish Council meeting.
The Council meets the first Wednesday in every month and in normal times this is at the at the Parsons Meade Community Room, Hunsbury Hill, West Hunsbury NN4 9PS (Close to the Hill Shop Development) at 7.15pm.
Currently with the pandemic and lockdown restrictions the Parish Council meets electronically via Microsoft Teams. The details of each meeting are included on the posted agendas and via posts on social media
Everyone is welcome at the meetings so that they can hear what is happening in their area and there is an opportunity during each meeting for the public to raise any local matters that they wish the Council to address.
The meeting is also attended Northampton Borough and County Councillors.
Our councillors are either elected or co-opted and have all volunteered to contribute to their community. If you would like to contribute please look at the Parish Vacancies section
Details of the current councillors and their responsibilities are given below
Hunsbury Meadows Parish Council Standing Orders
The Parish has one employee who is our Parish Clerk to help deliver the range of services we provide.