Meetings of the Parish Council are held every 6 weeks on Wednesday evenings in the Welfare Hall commencing at 6:30pm. Future meetings are scheduled as follows but may be subject to change.
- Wednesday 10th January 2024
- Wednesday 21st February 2024
- Wednesday 17th April 2024
- Wednesday 22nd May 2024
All minutes of Great Houghton Parish Council meetings and financial accounts dating from April 2017 onwards can be found in this section. Click the headings or “Read more” for links to the documents.
Please notes that all minutes of all meetings are published after their approval at the subsequent session. Meetings take place every two months.
End of year audits and other documentation can be found at the foot of the page.
Please note that the entries in the Archive and “Most Recent Documents” sections are listed by date of publication, not date of actual meetings etc.
Minutes of the November 2022 Special Finance meeting.read more
Minutes of the November 2022 meeting.read more
Minutes of the August 2022 meeting.read more
Minutes of the 2022 AGM meeting.read more
Minutes of the February 2022 meeting.read more
Minutes of the April 2022 meeting.read more
Minutes of the January 2022 meeting.read more
Minutes of the January 2022 Special Meeting.read more
Minutes of the November 2021 meeting.read more
Minutes of the September 2021 meeting.read more
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