Pimperne Parish Council meetings are held in the Village Hall at 7.00 pm on the second Wednesday in each month. There is a democratic period when parishioners may raise any matters of local concern. Parishioners may stay for the duration of the meeting but may not take part in the proceedings outside of the democratic session. The agenda is published on the website and posted onto our notice boards before each meeting.
The Parish Council can support provision of Village Halls, playing fields, outside seating, bus shelters, notice boards, etc. The Parish Council are consulted on planning and development, health, police, roads and transport.
The Parish Clerk is responsible for implementing decisions made by the Parish Council and ensuring that correct statutory procedures are followed. The clerk produces agendas, minutes of meetings, accounts and keeps a register of interests of members.
An Annual Parish Meeting is still held every year in April/May, all local government electors for the parish are entitled to attend, speak and vote. The meeting may discuss any matter of relevance to the parish.