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Parish Council

A Parish Council is the ‘grass roots’ level of local government, and as such, plays a vital role as a connection between the local community and government authorities. It is non-political and non-sectarian.


The Councillors are a team of individual volunteers who live or work, in and around the Loose area. They give their time freely to maintain and improve the environment, services and facilities for the residents of the local community.


Loose Parish Council holds monthly meetings on the third Monday of each month (except August (no meeting) & December (second Monday)) at the Loose Parish Pavilion, King George V Playing Field, Walnut Tree Lane, ME15 9RG. Residents can view the next agenda on the LPC website and on parish council notice boards and are welcome to attend any meetings.


There are also various committees, which perform specific functions throughout the Parish and meet every few months. The Planning Committee can sometimes meet every fortnight, depending upon planning applications. All meetings, except for HR, are open to the public.

The current committees of Loose Parish Council are:-


If you are interested in learning more about the parish council, or would like to get involved with some of its activities, please contact the Clerk.

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