The Parish Council
The Parish Council is an autonomous local authority within the meaning of various acts of parliament. It is composed of representatives elected by the people of the parish to make decisions and speak on their behalf. It is a corporate body which means it exists as a legal entity, which is distinct from the rights and responsibilities of individual members.
Keinton Mandeville Parish Council has 9 members and meets on the first Tuesday of every month in the village hall at 7.30pm. Minutes and agendas of the meetings are displayed on the Parish notice board situated on the side of the village shop.
To view the Parish Council Standing Orders click - here
Date of Next Meeting
3 April 2018
Click here to view the last set of minutes.
Click here to view archive minutes and other documents.
Parish Council Publications
Click here to view the "Welcome Pack"
Click here to view the Village Plan
Click here to view the Housing Survey Report
Parish Council Members
Parish Clerk - Sue Graham
Sun View, Babcary Lane, Keinton Mandeville, TA11 6DR
Tel: 01458 224593 or
District and County Councillors
District Councillor: Dean Ruddle
County Councillor: David Norris
South Somerset 'Wellbeing'
For support to improve your health and wellbeing click on the following link
Notice of Conclusion of Audit
The notice of conclusion of Audit, and external audit report in the Annual Return are now available to view on the Transparency Code tab.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PARISH COUNCILLOR?
A vacancy has arisen for a Councillor on Keinton Mandeville Parish Council.
The vacancy will be filled by co-option.
If you would like to apply or require further information please contact the clerk.
Anyone wishing to fill a vacancy must be qualified to be a member of the council in the same way as if standing for election.
Clerk to the Council 14 March 2018
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The Parish Council has a grant budget for local groups and organisations. If you would like to apply please write to the clerk at the above address including the following information:
• The number of members from the village regularly attending the organisation.
• The amount you would like to request and on what it would be spent.
• The likely benefit to residents of the village.
When a planning application is made, the District Council have a duty to inform residents of neighbouring properties and to invite their observations. Similarly, the Parish Council is asked to consider and make observations on all planning applications in the village. Please note that South Somerset District Council DOES NOT routinely inform the Parish Council if it has received objections about the application. If you wish the Parish Council to take your comments into account in their deliberations, please make sure you either attend the Parish Council meeting in person or copy your comments to the Clerk in time for the meeting (check the date with the clerk beforehand.) Residents submitting applications are also welcome to attend the meeting at which their application will be considered. Agendas for all parish council meetings are displayed on the noticeboard on the side of the shop at least 3 clear days in advance of the meetings.
The applicant has since stated that the proposals do not include any proposals to remove the bollards in Irving Road, and the Highways officer has also stated that he has been advised that the bollards at Irving Road are not being removed.
If you think it may be yours please contact the clerk. 224593