Whitchurch is a Civil Parish in the unitary authority area of Buckinghamshire.
This website is for all matters related to the Parish Council of Whitchurch, including contact details, meeting minutes and other information relevant to the village.
St John's Hall, White Horse Lane. Just off the High Street. There is limited availability for parking, around 20 vehicles at a push.
Please be mindful of access to properties, footpaths and driveways.
Usually the second Monday of each month, with the exception of public holidays. Meetings start at 7:30pm sharp and usually last around an hour and a half.
Anyone! In fact, it's positively encouraged. The Parish Council can only act on the information it's given. One of the best ways to bring issues to our attention is by coming along.
Every meeting has an "open forum" at the beginning where the floor is open to attendees. Time can sometimes be restricted during open forum, but raising subjects allows us to put them on the formal agenda for the next month if necessary.
Yes. The Parish Council meetings are formal meetings held in accordance with government rules.
Once the Open Forum is concluded attendees can only speak if invited to by the Chair on a particular topic.
These may be members of the public with specific information about a topic on the agenda, updates from Buckinghamshire councillors, guests from services such as the Police etc.
As with any meeting, we ask that interruptions are kept to a minimum, phones are kept on silent and general chatter is conducted outside or after the meeting has concluded.
Clerk to Whitchurch Parish Council
Council Member and Chair
Council Member and Vice-Chair