The Council normally meets on the first Wednesday of each month, except in the month of August when there is no meeting. It considers planning applications and, local issues, and issues referred to it by local residents, Leeds City Council and by central government.
Meetings start at 7:30pm and, unless stated, are held either in the Bramham Senior Citizens’ Centre, just off The Square in Bramham, or the Pavilion meeting room, Freely Lane.
The agenda for each meeting is displayed on the Parish Council notice board in the Senior Citizens’ Centre Garden for about six days before the start of the meeting. Members of the public are also invited to attend and will be made welcome. There is a forum before the start of the meeting at which members of the public can raise concerns, ask questions and share ideas. If matters raised are not the responsibility of the council, the Clerk can bring them to the attention of the proper authority. Meetings may last two or three hours, depending on the agenda set for the meeting to discuss. There is also an annual parish meeting, which all parishioners are invited to attend.
The main communication channel with the council is via the Clerk, but residents can also contact any councillor. Please us our Contact the Clerk page to direct any queries.
The minutes of previous meetings can be downloaded from the Documents page.
Dates of future meetings in 2019
9th January, 6th February, 6th March, 3rd April, 1st May (Annual Parish Council Meeting), 5th June, 3rd July, 4th September, 2nd October, 6th November & 4th December 2019