- Allotment vacancies
Allotments Available Would you like to grow your own fruit & vegetables? We have a number of vacant plots on Caddington Allotment Gardens for... Read More
- Council Chairman statement regarding recent civil court case
Taken from Chairman’s addresss to the Parish Council meeting of 12th November 2018 “You may be aware following a court hearing last month, one... Read More
- Caddington & Slip End Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum result
The two Parishes of Caddington & Slip End have been working together to develop a Neighbourhood Plan across the two Parishes since 2011. A... Read More
- Central Beds Council Local Plan consultation
The Parish Council thanks everyone in the villages of Caddington and Slip End who submitted comments to the CBC Draft Local Plan The Parish Council with Slip... Read More
Minutes of meetings
Below are agreed minutes of meetings held this year. (They also appear in the “Events” section of the website under each individual meeting along... Read More
Remembrance Day 11-11-2018
PParish Council Chairman’s address; I would like to congratulate everyone involved in the weekend’s Remembrance event. With an estimated 300 attendees, Caddington Watch, the... Read More
Vacancy for Parish Clerk
Due to our current Clerk’s retirement in the next few months a vacancy has arisen for the position of “Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer”... Read More
Parish Council Meetings
Caddington Parish Council meetings are held at the Caddington Sports and Social Club
Manor Road LU1 4HH on the second Monday of every month with the exception of August.
Please visit the ‘Calendar’ section of the website for details of agendas and minutes, including previous meetings.
Meetings are usually public events, although public participation is at the discretion of the chairman. A typical Parish Council agenda will include sections at the start and at the conclusion of the meeting to allow members of the public to speak; time allowed to speak will normally be limited.
We may sometimes invite members of the public to speak DURING a meeting when a relevant agenda item is reached, and may allow them to speak for more than the regulation three minutes. However, it is important to note that such concessions are entirely at the discretion of the chairman and not an automatic right.
Members of the public are reminded that the Parish Council CAN NOT take decisions on matters which were not included on the agenda previously published. If you raise a matter which was not on the agenda, it can only be considered for discussion at a future meeting and can not be voted upon immediately.