Welcome to the Marldon Parish Council Website



Hello, and welcome to the Marldon Parish Council website. Through this website Parishioners can access details of the Parish Council business. There are Parish Council notice boards by the shops in Village Road, in Vicarage Hill near Pembroke Park, and at Compton. The main Parish notice board is near the Post Office and will display the minutes of the last meeting and the agenda for the next meeting three clear days before the meeting is due. This information will also be on this website.

Normally the Parish Council meets in the Community Room of the Village Hall on the second Monday of the Month (unless it is a Bank Holiday) at 7.15pm, the first 15 minutes being for members of the public to bring any matters they wish to the attention of Councillors, who may deal with them once the meeting proper starts at 7.30pm. Members of the public, and press, are welcome to observe the Council in session but cannot participate once the meeting proper has started unless standing orders are suspended.

Each year, usually in May, there is an Annual Meeting of the Parish Council in the main hall, when the Chairman reports on the year past and looks forward to the future. The Accounts summary is also presented. Parishioners are able to voice their opinions or concerns during the meeting, and there is usually a guest speaker.

You are welcome to contact myself at any time by phone, mail or E-mail, and a list of Councillors and their contact details are available on this site and on the noticeboards.

If you wish to report a fault connected to Highways you can do this through the Devon County Council website at  https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/

FINANCE - 2018 / 2019 INTERNAL AUDIT - is now on the Finance Pages.







Clerks Surgery: for November is THURSDAY 7th NOVEMBER 2019 @ 6.30pm-7.30pm in the Village Hall Committee Room.

COMMUNITY DAY MARLDON  SATURDAY 16th November 2019 between 12noon - 4pm in Marldon Village Hall.  Come and join us for mince pies, mulled wine, tea and coffee, meet some of your Councillors and put your ideas and suggestions forward for services which the Parish Council could provide via their annual budget.


Please read official notice below. This is not a co-option until the official 14 day period where residents (minimun 10) may request an election for the vacant Councillor position. 


MEG Committee Meeting: To be confirmed.



Next Parish Council Meeting MONDAY 18th  NOVEMBER 2019 in Marldon Village Hall @ 7.15pm



ROAD CLOSURES: Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984 (section 14)





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