The Parish Council meets at Honingham Village Hall, at 7.00pm on the second Wednesday of the month except August and January.
Meeting Dates for 2023-24
8th MARCH 2023
12th APRIL 2023
10th MAY 2023 - Annual Parish Meeting & Annual Parish Council Meeting
14th JUNE 2023
12th JULY 2023
AUGUST 2023 - No Meeting
13th SEPTEMBER 2023
11th OCTOBER 2023
8th NOVEMBER 2023
13th DECEMBER 2023
10th JANUARY 2024 - Budget Approval
14th FEBRUARY 2024
13th MARCH 2024
Anyone is welcome to attend the meetings. Parish Council meetings take place in the public. Members of the public cannot participate in the discussions on agenda items without approval from the Chair, however a short period of time is given for members of the public at each meeting for them to discuss their views on matters directly related to the Parish Council.
Actions cannot be taken on matters raised by the public, should the council consider any items raised require further discussion or action the matter will be tabled as a formal agenda item for the next Parish Council meeting.
If there is an issue you would like the Parish Council to consider please contact the Parish Clerk in the first instance at least 14 days before the next meeting so that it can be considered.
Directions to the Village Hall
Honingham Village Hall is found at the junction of The Street, Dereham Road and Hall Drive, opposite The Honingham Buck pub. Turn into Hall Drive and you will see the sign for the Village Hall on your left. Follow the drive past the play area, there is parking in front of the village hall.
The Role of the Clerk
The Clerk is the ‘Proper Officer’ of the Council who is responsible for the smooth running of the Council’s business. He/she is the first point of contact for the Council and all correspondence comes to the Clerk.
Responsibility for implementing the decisions of the Council rests with the Clerk along with giving professional guidance where necessary whilst remaining neutral and discrete. The Clerk is also responsible for financial management.
The Clerk prepares, circulates and displays agendas in public places. She/he signs notices and summonses with a list of business to be transacted but does not have the power to fix the meetings of the Council. The Clerk is required to attend meetings, take minutes, keep Council minutes in a book and hold other documents.
A member of the Council may be appointed as Clerk without remuneration but nowadays it is more usual to appoint someone who is not a councillor to be paid for the work they undertake.