Nayland with Wissington Parish Council














Parish Council Documentation is available on our cloud drive. Please click here to access records of meeting, agendas, and other documents.



About Your Parish Council

About Nayland with Wissington Parish

The parish of Nayland with Wissington is in the district of Babergh and the parliamentary constituency of South Suffolk. It has a population of nearly 1,200 and is situated in the Dedham Vale, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the River Stour, the boundary between Suffolk and Essex. It was bypassed in 1969 by the A134 which links Colchester, 6 miles south of Nayland, to Sudbury, 9 miles to the north of Nayland.   Nayland village and the adjoining rural hamlet of Wissington (these days usually called 'Wiston'), were originally two separate parishes. They were united in one civil parish in 1833 although the two ecclesiastical parishes remained separate.  

The Nayland with Wissington Parish Council was created in 1894 as a result of the Local Government Act of that year. The Council currently meets every second Wednesday in the month in the Committee Room of the Nayland Village Hall, Church Lane, Nayland, at 7.30 p.m. Church Lane is just off the High Street, opposite the White Hart. Details of the members of the Council as at May 2019 are shown below.   

URGENT:       MORE PARISH COUNCILLORS ARE REQUIRED TO SHARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES AT THIS LEVEL OF  LOCAL AUTHORITY:  

Following the District and Parish elections in May 2019 there are FOUR VACANCIES for CO-OPTED PARISH COUNCILLORS 

Areas of responsibility include Open Spaces,  Playing Fields and Fairfield Play Area, Allotments, Burial Ground and Streetlighting.   The Parish Council liaises with District and County Councils on Highways, PROW footpaths, Planning Applications and other services.      The Parish Council is the landowner and landlord of Nayland Village Hall and Playing Field managed by the Village Hall Management Committee.      

If you are over 18,  live or work in Nayland or Wiston or within two miles of the parish boundary, then you are eligible to be co-opted as a Parish Councillor.     If you would like to become more involved in your local community and council decisions about the management of services and areas of responsibility within Nayland and Wiston, please contact the Parish Clerk or a Parish Councillor for more information.    No previous experience is required, just enthusiasm for working in a team for the benefit of the community as a whole.     Training sessions for new councillors or for  specific topics such as Town and Country Planning or Finance are available.         

 

 

 

Name Position Address

Telephone

Email
Mary George Chairman 10 Birch Street, Nayland, CO6 4JA 01206 262712 Email
Ned Cartwright Councillor    NEW Little Bulmer Farm, Wissington, Nayland    
Gerry Battye Councillor 11 Elm Grove, Nayland, CO6 4LL 01206 262929 Email
VACANCY Councillor      
VACANCY Councillor      
Tricia Fuller Councillor 26 Laburnum Way, Nayland, CO6 4LG 01206 262662 Email
VACANCY Councillor      
VACANCY Councillor      
Laura Erith Councillor     Old Malting Farm, Bures Road, Wissington, Nayland CP6 4LZ    
         
Debbie Hattrell Parish Clerk 12 Hitchcock Place, Sudbury CO10 1NN 01787 378649 Email
    NB   NEW ADDRESS FOR PARISH CLERK AS FROM JANUARY 2019    
Melenie  Barrett District Councillor Stewards Barn, Stoke Road, Leavenheath, CO6 4PS 01787 211126 Email
James Finch County Councillor Rose Cottage, Fen Street, Nayland, CO6 4HT 01206 262993 Email

 

Minutes are taken and will be available for viewing on our cloud-drive  following each meeting.  The monthly meeting Agenda will be published there and on Parish Council noticeboards.    

Other relevant public documents will be added from time to time.

Links

 

Chairman
Mary George
Tel: 01206  262712
Email: mary@naylandwithwissington.suffolk.gov.uk
Parish Clerk
Debbie Hattrell, 
Tel 01787 378649
Email: pc@naylandwithwissington.suffolk.gov.uk