Please use the links below to view/download the following documents.
Annual Report 2014/15
Parish Council Standing Orders
Parish Council Financial Regulations
Parish Council Code of Conduct
Parish Council Expenses Policy
Parish Council Communications Policy
Brockworth Parish Council is made up of 4 wards – Moorfield, Horsbere, Glebe and Westfield. There are currently 17 members on the parish council. The current council will serve until May 2019 when the next parish council elections take place. The full council meets once a month on a Wednesday evening and meetings are held at the Community Centre. The Building Management Committee also meet at the Community Centre on a regular basis. The Parish Council was awarded Quality Council Status in 2011, and transferred to the new Local Council Award Scheme (Foundation level) in 2015.
The Community Centre was built in 2007 and is run by the Parish Council. It is regularly used for art classes, keep fit, education classes, meetings and conferences. Several local businesses rent permanent offices at the Community Centre. The Parish Council employs six members of staff based at the Community Centre.
The Parish Council also provides two playing fields with playgrounds (Mill Lane and Abbotswood), a burial ground and allotments (run by the Allotments Association) within the parish.
Brockworth dog owners can collect dog-waste bags from the Community Centre, each pack costs 50p.
Brockworth Parish Council owns various pieces of land in Brockworth, all of which are registered with the Land Registry:
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- Pound Farm Playing Field - registration numbers GR345129 and GR349968
- Rowan Gardens and Horsbere Brook - registration number GR345130
- Burial Ground - registration numbers GR177606 and GR339632
- Cross Hands Meadow - registration number GR233737
- Allotments - registration number GR345142
- Mill Lane Playing Field - registration number GR342110.
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