Parish Council News

***** PLEASE NOTE*****

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, Castle Carrock Parish Council has adopted local government guidelines and has empowered its Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Parish Clerk full emergency powers to conduct its business, in abscence of a quorate council, until further notice.



Today, Tue 24th March 2020 we have been advised by our City Councillor that it is not legal to hold an electronic meeting . Central government is currently working on amending this law in the light of the current Coronavirus pandemic, but until such time that the law is actually changed our hands are tied.

Apologies for this, and please be assured that your Councillors are all still here to help, and can be contacted at any time.

We will of course keep you updated once we have the next meeting scheduled.

In the meantime - stay safe and follow government policy.





The Parish Council meets regularly to discuss local issues. 

The councillors elect a chairman (currently: George Devereux) and a vice chairman, while the Parish Clerk is Tricia Meynell. The Parish Council meets every two months to discuss any issues relevant to the parish. The meeting place is in The Watson Institute and it takes place on a Wednesday evening, generally falling either on the second Wednesday of second month. Occasionally dates are changed and these will be advertised on the Castle Carrock Community Hub Facebook page.

An agenda is posted on both this website and the village notice board at least five days before a meeting. Minutes from the meetings are similarly posted.

You can read all of the minutes in the Parish Council Documents part of this website here: