- Job Vacancy
Job Vacancy for Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer Caddington Parish Council seeks a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to take on the post of Clerk... Read More
- Local and parish elections 4th May 2023
Elections: 4 May 2023 | Central Bedfordshire Council There will be all-out local and parish elections on 4th May 2023 Elections for our councillors... Read More
- Report and track roads and highways problems
Central Bedfordshire Council have a new reporting system to make reporting street issues easier, quicker and more accurate. You can now report and track... Read More
- Central Bedfordshire Council Budget consultation
Central Bedfordshire Council Budget consultation is no available online at www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/budget Read More
- Rushmore Park Land
Rushmore Park land is owned by St Albans Diocesan Board of Finance, Church of England. Caddington Parish Council lease the land from the Church,... Read More
Caddington Parish Council welcomes grant applications from Voluntary & Community groups & Organisations for expenditure that will, in the opinion of the Council, bring... Read More
Code of Conduct for Councillors
Councillors’ code of conduct All councillors abide by a Code of Conduct part of which requires them to declare any financial interests, gifts or... Read More
Complaints Procedure 1. Caddington Parish Council is committed to providing a quality service for the benefit of the people who live or work in... Read More
Villager and Organisation of the year
It has been traditional in Caddington to nominate a villager and organisation of the year. This is a person or organisation which has consistently... Read More
Finance and Audit
In compliance with the Local Government Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities, Caddington Parish Council publish the below finance and audit information. For accessibility purposes,... Read More
Parish Council Meetings
Please visit the ‘Events’ section of the website for details on Caddington Parish Council 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.