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The Woolpit Parish Council is a corporate body with nine seats filled by elected and co-opted residents. Its primary function is to ensure that the Parish is efficiently and economically run using a proportion of the annual Council Tax income, called the Precept. The Council usually meets once a month in the Woolpit Institute to discuss current Parish issues. Additional meetings may be arranged when there is a special matter to discuss or where decisions cannot wait for the next scheduled meeting.

Parish council meetings have resumed face to face in the upper room at the  Institute. For the safety of everyone the WPC continues to observe social distancing and masks. To maintain a safe number of people in the room, any member of the public who wishes to attend is asked to contact the clerk (peggy.woolpitpc@btinternet.com) at least 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting.

Please also note that we have changed the date of our regular meetings to the first Tuesday in the month.