Albury Parish Council has six seats and currently five Councillors, each of whom represent the whole community; supported by a Parish Clerk.
Full Council meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.15 pm in the Village Hall meeting room. These meetings follow a published Agenda and minutes are taken and are approved at the following meeting.
As a resident of the village, you are welcome to attend our Parish Council meetings and take the opportunity to voice your opinions. Our meetings are fairly informal but the Parish Clerk is present to ensure that the correct procedure is followed.
Your Councillors are here to make a difference!
The Councillors serving the Parish of Albury are all volunteers from the village and are elected / co-opted to serve the local community for four years.
Can the Parish Council help?
The Councillors and Clerk can provide a wide range of advice. If they are not able to deal with your enquiry personally they can often help you to find the right organisation to deal with your problem or queries.
Albury Parish Councillors
Chair: Ray Murdoch
Vice-Chair: Tracey Waples
Councillor: Toby Walne
Councillor: Jeremy Kent
Councillor: Keith Wheatley
Councillor: Norman Davis