Crondall Parish Council
Crondall Parish Council was created on 1st April 2010 following a split from the previous Crondall and Ewshot Parish council which had been in existence since 1894. Crondall and Ewshot still remain part of the same ecclesiastical parish of All Saints (Crondall) and St Mary’s (Ewshot).
The Parish Council has eight elected Councillors who serve for a period of four years. The Council meets on the last Monday in the month to discuss a wide range of matters including current planning applications. Occasional ad hoc meetings may be held to discuss specific topics. Unless indicated otherwise members of the public are welcome to attend all the Parish Council’s meetings.
Parish Council meetings are held in the Parish Rooms on Croft Lane and commence at 7.30pm. The Agenda for the meetings is published in advance on this website and on the Council’s notice boards outside the Hampshire Arms and The Plume public houses. People wishing to speak to a particular Agenda item may do so having first made their wishes known to the Clerk (preferably by 9am on the day of the meeting).