Saturday, 29 August 2015

Walmer Parish Council

Contacts

Kirsty Holroyd clerk
8 The Strand
Walmer
Kent
CT14 7DY
Tel: 01304 362363
Office Hours 9am - 2.30pm
Tuesday to Friday
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Welcome to the Walmer Parish Council Home Page 

 

 

Please click here to view our Spring 2015 Newsletter, hard copies have been distributed throughout Walmer.

Walmer lies seven miles northeast of Dover on a stretch of coast which extends from the famous White Cliffs to Sandwich Bay. On the northern boundary lies Deal Castle and the main Town of Deal.  To the east is the English Channel, reaching across the Goodwin Sands to the coast of France.  Walmer has a population of over 7,000 and has a significant proportion of elderly residents being a popular retirement area.

 

       

Views of Walmer provided courtesy of WalmerWeb site    

        

 

The Parish Council

The Parish Council was formed in 1996 and is comprised of 14 Councillors. The Council meets regularly to discuss matters of interest to local residents.  Details of agendas and minutes of meetings can be found on this site along with general information about the work of the Parish Council.

If you would like a specific item placed on an Agenda then please write to the Parish Clerk at the address given at least 7 days before the meeting.  Agendas for all meetings are posted here and on the notice boards (outside the Pharmacy in Upper Walmer and St Saviours Church on The Strand), 3 days before the meeting or you can sign to have copies sent to you at home.  Members of the public are welcome and are given the opportunity to speak.

Notice of Conclusion of Audit & Right to Inspect the Annual Return - Year Ended 31 March 2015

Councillors Allowances 2014 / 2015

East Kent Joint Parish Independent Remuneration Panel Recommednations for 2015/16 to 2018/19

 

Freedom of Information Act - Model Publication Scheme

Freedom of Information Act  - Information available from the Parish Council

 

 

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