There are a number of ways you can get in touch with the Parish Council.
Meeting in person
- If you have any issues or concerns that you would like to raise, you can come along to any of the meetings and have a chat. Meetings are traditionally held on the2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month in the Village Hall. They start at 7pm and always start with a public participation session to get input from the village before getting into discussing the agenda items.
- Agendas for PC meetings are published at least three working days before the actual meeting so that everyone is able to see what is going to be discussed and can come along to ask questions and shape the decisions that are taken [https://lytchettmatraverspc.org/category/agendas/]
- You can see a list of meeting dates on the Parish Noticeboard or the website [https://lytchettmatraverspc.org/council-meeting-schedule/].
- If you would like regular updates on what the PC is discussing, planning or actioning, you can subscribe via the form below to receive news updates by email. Our news updates include meeting agendas, minutes, and other news items of interest.
- You can send an email to the Parish Clerk from the ‘Contact the Council’ form on the website [https://lytchettmatraverspc.org/contact/]
- You can also email the Parish Clerk directly on email@example.com.
Phone or Mobile
- You can call the Parish Office on Tel/Fax: (01202) 624530, although this is only an answerphone service
- The Home page of the website is designed to offer the latest news, particularly relating to meetings and council notices, such as when roads are closed. If will also take you to various sections and provides you will more details about how the PC is set up, who is currently on it and how to get in touch. You can also read about the project we are working on.
- If you want to get involved or have comments on any project, please email us or come along to a meeting to chat things through. We always welcome additional volunteers to help make up working groups so that we can pursue different projects for the village.
LMPC do post on Facebook and Twitter to draw attention to PC meetings, notices, decisions, actions or events. They may prompt discussion, but we do not hold discussions across social media. All discussions are undertaken at PC meetings in the public participation sessions. This is because as PC discussion must always represent the collective view and all decisions need to be taken at a public meeting.
If you would like to get invovled or have any issues or concerns that need discussing, please get in touch.
Getting in Touch with the Parish Council