Tilshead Parish Council

The Tilshead Parish Council has 7 members elected to serve a term of 4 years.   The Council usually meets every month; click here for the next meeting date.  The Annual Parish Meeting is normally held every March and the Annual General Meeting normally convenes every April. 

All Meetings, unless otherwise advised, are held in the Village Hall.  At the commencement of Council meetings, there is a period of up to thirty minutes reserved for the public to raise matters and question the Council.  Due to the regulations, the public cannot participate in the deliberations of the Council during the closed session they can, however, observe the meeting.

Parish Council

Chairman – Adam Harris
Vice Chairman – Debby Potter
Finance Officer – Robert Leachman
Councillors – Pauline Colin, Gillian Goldsmith, Judith Moore and George Murray 

The Clerk of the Parish Council is Trudie James.

Parish Council Minutes

Approved Minutes will be posted on the ‘News and Information’ page.   The Minutes are not recognised as an official record of the meeting until approved by the Council, which typically happens at the following meeting.

Annual Governance and Accountability Returns

Smaller authorities are required by the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015, the Local Audit (Smaller Authorities) Regulations 2015 and the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities to publish the following documents on a public website:

  • Certificate of Exemption (pg3)

  • Annual Internal Audit Report 2017/2018 (pg4)

  • Section 1 – Annual Governance Statement 2017/2018 (pg5)

  • Section 2 – Accounting Statements 2017/2018 (pg6)

  • Analysis of variances

  • Bank reconciliation

  • Notice of the period for the exercise of public rights and other information required by Regulation 15(2), Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015

The Tilshead Annual Governance and Accountability Returns for 2017/2018 can be found here.

Annual Statement of Accounts

The Annual Statement of Accounts for 2017/2018 can be found here.

Planning Applications

There is a link to Wiltshire Planning Portal on the ‘Useful Information’ page.