Furneux Pelham Parish Council

Parish Clerk: Fiona Forth
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Welcome to the Furneux Pelham Parish Council website!

Information about the Parish Council is available, explaining what parish councils are, what powers exist, what Furneux Pelham Parish Council does and who your Parish Councillors are.

Meetings are held bi-monthly and you are welcome to attend. Dates of upcoming meetings are detailed on the meetings page and the agenda is posted on this website three days before the meeting as well as on the noticeboards around the village. Draft minutes are available within a week of the meeting. These remain as draft minutes until approved at the next meeting.

The Parish Council's financial and governance arrangements are outlined for you to see, including links to key financial information and governance documentation.

Initial information relating to Furneux Pelham has been included.

If there is any information you would like to see on this website, or any errors, please contact the Parish Clerk, Fiona Forth on

Latest news

Are you interested in helping the community? If so, why not consider being co-opted on to the Parish Council? If you'd like more information, contact Stephen Bratt, Chair ( or Fiona Forth, the Clerk (

Information relating to the "communities prepared" project has been added to the "Community notices" page - click here to find out more.

If the Parish Council were to install dog poo bins......where do you think they should go? Email ideas via

Handy person skills required to repair and preserve some noticeboards and seats around the parish. If you're interested, please contact Fiona Forth, the Clerk (

JustGiving page has been set up to save the Furneux Angels and the roof at the church. This page is full of information on the restoration of the interior back in the 60s, including some fabulous photos that show the beauty of what needs to be saved. See the Justgiving page for more information.

The next Parish Council meeting is on 7th November - everyone welcome!

The draft Minutes for the September 2019 meeting will be available soon.

The 'welcome pack' for new residents to the village is now available on the website - have a look!

To report any highways related matter eg potholes, lights, trees, hedges, pavements, verges, flooding etc to Hertfordshire County Council, use this link.

New planning information added to the website - see here.