About the Parish Council
Parish Councils are the first tier of local government and their role is to represent the local community, providing a range of services to meet local needs and improve quality of life and the local community. Councils have the power to tax (precept) their residents to fund their operations. Responsibilities of our Council are varied and include maintaining the village green and play equipment, grass cutting, maintaining the village’s trees, benches, churchyard and cemetery, and forwarding comments on all planning applications affecting the village. Councillors are also representatives on many village organisations and each Councillor has an area of the village to oversee.
Milton-under- Wychwood’s Parish Council consists of the following eight elected councillors;
- Chris Trotman (Chairman)
- Peter Rawlins (Vice Chairman)
- Katy Boyle, Jeff Haine, Carole Smith, John Pratt, Pat Ward and Paul Young (Councillors)
- Jenny Miller (Clerk to the Council)
If you would like to get in touch with the Parish Council please contact the Parish Clerk by post at 33 The Sands, Milton-under-Wychwood, OX7 6ER, by phone on 07725 344113 or 01993 830007 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parish Council meetings
The Parish Council meets on the third Wednesday of each month in the Village Hall, at 7.30pm.
Members of the public are welcome to come along and time is set aside for representations to be made by attendees. A copy of the agenda for the next meeting can be seen in the week prior to the meeting displayed on the Village Parish Council noticeboard. (Opposite the main gates to the Green)
The minutes from previous meetings are available to view here.
The Parish Council’s Emergency Plan is available to view here – Emergency Plan.
Residents interested in having an allotment at Milton-under-Wychwood should contact the Parish Clerk for general information (see contact details above) or:
John Naish on 830077 / email@example.com for Welfare Allotments
Chris Trotman on 832614 / firstname.lastname@example.org for Parish Allotments