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AIMS to acheive the mission we will :-

  • Engage in open dialogue with all residents to understand their needs, and in turn explain how we will address these needs within the resources and powers available to the Council
  • To help provide cost effective amenities of a high standard to help meet the needs and wishes of all residents
  • Assist and encourage other bodies to provide such amenities
  • Protect and enhance the environment in which the residents of the Parish live and work
  • Promote the best interests of the Parish


  • To help create a sociallly inclusive and caring community which embraces all residents, irrespective of age, gender, culture, income, race or relgion, and will seek to develop their well-being, knowledge, understanding and mutual co-operation
  • To enable residents to enjoy high quality social, recreational and sporting facilities within the parish, and to seek the continuing improvement and developement of these facilities in accordance with the desires expressed by the residents
  • To encourage and promote the economic and commercial viability of the Parish.  This will assist in improving the levels of deprivation experienced by some residents of the Parish.
  • To protect and improve the character of the Parish and promote sustainable development for the Parish to meet the needs of present residents without jeopardizing the needs of future generations
  • To work in partnership with other statutory bodies, voluntary groups, agencies and indivduals to ensure an improving standard of services to meet the needs of the Parish


Purton Parish Council will provide a high quality service and will be professional, accountable, proactive and responsive, inclusive and transparent.
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Your input into the website is warmly welcomed and crucial so that we can provide you with the information you need. Tell us what you like and dislike, what other information and facilities you would find useful and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

The Council Office is situated in the Institute/Village Hall to the rear of the Library (see map here) and is open to the public Monday to Thursday 9.00am to 5.00pm and Fridays 9.00am to 4.00pm.  When the office is closed you can leave a message on the answer phone 01793 771066, or send an e-mail to deborah.lawrence@purtonparishcouncil.gov.uk and we will get back to you as soon as we can.


There does seem to be a general nationwide disillusionment with the democratic process and a feeling that the man in the street can’t really affect anything. In addition our lives certainly seem busier and more complicated. However if anyone out there could spare a couple of hours a week helping to do a necessary and worthwhile job then the role of Parish Councillor can be rewarding and might even help you to wind down and to put life into perspective. We currently have 4 vacancies so if you do have the interest of your community at heart do consider putting yourself forward. If the number of councillors continues to fall we will be at risk of losing control of our own local affairs and others will be making more decisions for us. The choice is ours. Please contact the Parish Clerk or any councillor for more information.

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