Berrington Parish Council meets monthly on the first Thursday of every month except for August and December. The meetings take place at Crosshouses Community Centre starting at 7.00pm.There is always a public session at the beginning of the meeting for any residents of the parish to raise any issues they have concerns over.
Berrington Parish Council has nine members who are local people elected by the community to represent their views and aspirations.
They are the voice of the people representing the views of the community, and are responsible to the people they represent.
The role of the parish council is to work towards improving the well-being of its community and providing services at the most local level, in its own right and also in partnership with other bodies, such as the Police, Shropshire Council and Severnside Housing.
Berrington Parish Council funds a village newsletter “The Village Pump”. This is a bimonthly newsletter and is funded partly from the advertisements and also the Parish Council.
Berrington Parish consists of the villages of Berrington and Crosshouses.
During the current Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic there will be NO physical Parish Council meetings. It is not envisaged that there will be any physical meetings until the danger of this deadly virus is present. The Parish Council is mindful of keeping all members of the Parish Council and members of the public safe. The Parish Council will be meeting virtually instead. Details of these meetings can be found on the agenda page and news page of this website
Please note there will be a virtual council meeting on Thursday 6th August for the Parish Council to consider its response to the Local Plan Consultation For more information please see the agenda for the meeting on the 2020 agenda page
There will be a virtual meeting of the Parish Council held on Thursday 3rd September 2020,
On 4th April 2020, the government brought The Local Authorities (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority Meetings) (England) Regulations 2020 into force to allow local authorities to conduct meetings remotely. Members of the public may access these meetings through the Zoom platform by sending an email to the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org stating their device type and whether they wish to contribute audibly or visually and audibly. In response the Parish Council will provide the Meeting ID, password, and the time of the meeting. The rules for members of the public to speak will be the same as normal meetings, that is, during the opportunity to do so in the agenda item allotted for the purpose. Due to time limitations the speaker should limit their question/presentation to 3 minutes