Brattleby Parish Council is currently made up of 4 elected members who work for the benefit of the community, representing the interests of local residents and seeking to improve the quality of life in the village.
The council meets bimonthly, usually on a Monday, at The BSA Village Hall in Aisthorpe. Meetings start at 7.00PM. Residents are encouraged to attend for the first part of the meeting where they can raise any matters of parish interest.
The council is assisted by a voluntary clerk, who documents the parish meetings, ensures the instructions of the council are carried out, and is also currently responsible for financial accountability.
If you have any matters which you wish to raise at a council meeting, or if you seek further information about items discussed and noted in meeting minutes, please contact the parish clerk by email.