Bodicote Parish Council is an elected body in the first tier of local government. It consists of 10 members, and a Parish Clerk, who serve a village population of 2,126 (population at the last census, 2011).
Full Council meets 11 times a year for Council meetings, held on the third Wednesday of each month in Church House, Church Street, Bodicote commencing at 7:15pm. In addition, an Annual Parish meeting is held in April, and members are also divided into two sub committees, Environment and Planning, who meet on a regular/ad-hoc basis.
All meetings are open, unless exceptional circumstances call for a closed meeting, and members of the public are very welcome. A 10 minute session is allocated at the beginning of each Parish Council meeting to allow members of the public to ask questions.
Dates, Agenda’s and Minutes of Parish Council meetings are published both on this website and also on our Bodicote Parish Council Facebook page. They can also be found on the Bodicote village noticeboard, located outside the Spar on Molyneux Drive.
Bodicote Parish Councillors are elected every four years and undertake their Councillor role on a voluntary basis.
The next Bodicote Parish Council elections will be held in May 2020.