Parish Council

Parish and town councils are executive bodies with statutory powers and duties. Each is expected, and often asked, to voice the views of the community that they represent on planning applications, local plans and other issues. They also nominate members to represent the view of the parish on outside bodies and, in turn, report back on the business of the body concerned.

They are frequently expected to lead on projects that will benefit the local community because it is often the only body with access to information and with the resources to take an initiative.

Parish and town council councillors are required to sign up to a code of conduct and, in doing so, pledge to observe the requirements contained within it.

Holme upon Spalding Moor is a Quality Parish Council.

The Parish Council  meets monthly in the Methodist Church Hall on Selby Road every third Wednesday at 7:30pm, but please check the village noticeboards to make sure.  Everyone is welcome and there is a public session at the start of every meeting, if you wish to speak in the public session, please contact Steve Young, Clerk to the PC, five days before the meeting.In addition to the meetings, the PC holds surgeries to allow anyone to have access to Parish Councillors , to express views and also to view planning applications and decisions. If any person has any concerns re: anti-social behaviour in Holme on Spalding Moor or any other issues they feel the Police need to know about, then subject to duties one of our Police Community Support   Officers will be available to discuss your issues.

These are held in the Drop in Cafe, in the Courtyard at 10.00am till 12.00 noon the Saturday before a Parish Council Meeting.