The Village Parish Council

Tallington Parish Council

This link will take you to the official Lincolnshire Government’s
Tallington Parish Council website:

Parish Council -  Meetings are usually held every two months in the Village Hall annexe from 7.30pm. Further details will be on the PC notice boards and in the Towers & Spires magazine.

A parish council is democratically elected to serve a defined and local area. They exist to protect and promote the interests of their communities and to provide local services. Their powers cover allotments; arts and entertainments; baths and wash houses; burial grounds; bus shelters; byelaws; cemeteries and crematoria; charities; clocks; closed churchyards; commons; conference facilities; community centres and village halls; footpaths and bridleways; lighting; litter; parking places; parks open spaces; playing fields and recreation grounds; ponds; planning; postal and telecommunication facilities and (most importantly) public lavatories!


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