Working closely with the parish community and the regional councils to ensure that wherever possible the best interests of the local residents are upheld in Chartridge, Bellingdon and Asheridge.
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We are a small, hugely proactive parish council, working closely with the parish community and the other local councils to ensure that wherever possible the best interests of the local residents are upheld.
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The Agenda for the next meeting of the Parish Council is now available here.
The meeting is being held online using GoToMeeting and members of the public are welcome to attend. If you would to attend for part or the whole of the meeting you will first have to register your intention to join by emailing email@example.com who will then send you an ‘invitation’ with login details for the meeting.
If you are unable to join online and have questions to raise with the Council, we also invite residents to contact the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chartridge Parish Council was formed in 1899. Before this Chartridge, Asheridge and Bellingdon were part of Chesham parish. We have seen no fewer than 30 Chairs since 1899, the most recently appointed being Juliet Davies, Chair since 2016. Today the population within the parish is close to 2000.
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