St Bees Parish Council

Welcome to the St. Bees Parish Council pages.  St. Bees has a tradition of a very active council which exists for the benefit of the community.

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Chairman – Doug Sim

Vice Chairman – Grant Gilmour

Parish Clerk
Mrs Jane Donaldson
East House
Coulderton, Egremont
Cumbria, CA22 2UR

Tel. No 01946 822560
Email – pc_clerk@stbees.org.uk

Correspondence – All correspondence should be addressed to the Clerk, but the Chairman and councillors are happy to discuss any parish matters with the public. For official notices, please examine the Council’s notice boards, which remain the official means of posting statutory notices.

Meetings – General meetings of the full council are normally held at 6.30 pm in the St Bees Village Hall, 2 Finkle Street, St Bees, CA27 0BN on the 3rd Monday of the month.

Minutes – The minutes of the council are displayed on parish notice boards as soon as possible after the relevant meeting, and permanently available on this web site.

Extent of parish – St. Bees civil parish includes St Bees village, the hamlet of Rottington, and the most spectacular section of the Cumbrian coast; the St Bees Head Heritage Coast. The parish boundaries are shown on the map in the “Boundaries” section.

St Bees village website – The Parish Council owns and manages the stbees.org.uk  website. The pages are written and maintained by volunteers.

For Parish Council briefing presentation

click here …   Welcome to St Bees PC – 2021

Notices

Next Monthly meeting will be 15 November at 6.30 in the Village Hall, Finkle Street.

Download agenda November 2021

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Notice of Public Rights to Inspect AccountsUnaudited accounts 2020-21
Completion of audit 2020-2021
Meeting Calendar 2020/2021
 

Major projects

Whitehaven area cycling and walking route consultation

 Click here for our cycle track  proposal which would use a near-level route along the St Bees Valley to Mirehouse and national cycle routes 71/72.

St Bees Travel Hub

Click here for   project overview  for briefing on the proposal to create a travel hub at St Bees railway station

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