The Annual Assembly is a public meeting, open to all residents of the parish, which must be held each year between 1st March and 1st June. It is a legacy of the Middle Ages when local councils did not exist and all local decision making was carried out through a meeting of the whole community, taking place in the church vestry.
Despite all our modern methods of communication, the Assembly is still a useful way for residents to find out what is going on in the parish of Cromhall and raise any matters which they would like the parish council to consider in the future.
The Assembly is open to all electors of Cromhall but is NOT a council meeting and any decisions are not binding on the parish council. It is generally held in April, at Cromhall Village Hall. The date will be advertised on this website and on the parish noticeboards.
Local community groups are invited to attend and give updates on their activites over the previous year, and the chairman of the Parish Council will do the same. If you represent a community group which has not previously attended but would like to do so, please contact the Clerk.
2020 – no Assembly held due to the coronavirus pandemic.