Meeting Information

Bentley Parish Council hold 10 Full Council meetings a year and these are held on a Monday evening at 7:30pm in the Dennis Smith room in   Bentley Memorial, Alton Road, Bentley GU10 5NP. For more information about the meeting dates please click here - Meeting dates for 2018    There is no meeting in August or December.

The Annual General Meeting ( AGM)
This is held in May where the first item of the agenda is to elect the Chairman and vice- Chairman and appoint committee members and representatives to other bodies The

Annual Parish Assembly Meeting in April
This is not a Parish council meeting, it is a meeting of the parish for the electors who can contribute to the agenda celebrating local activities and debate current issues in the community. Guest speakers from different village committees, school, police and district and County Councillors are invited to speak to the residents. Light refreshments are served and all residents of all ages are welcome to attend to hear about what is happening in their Parish.

Public Participation Section
The Full Council meetings will be adjourned for 10 minutes during the public session for residents to address the Council about matters arsing or about a planning application(s).

If you wish to participate during this session, please inform the Clerk three days prior to the meeting, providing any relevant paperwork for the Council.

Agenda & Minutes 

The agenda will be published at least 3 clear days before each Council meeting and this will be displayed on the Parish Council website and the following notice boards:
Bentley Recreation Car Park
Memorial Hall
Inside the church porch way
Bentley Lodge
The minutes are approved at the following Full Council meeting and are displayed on the Parish website.

Planning Matters
Planning application(s) will be discussed during the Full Parish Council meeting under the Planning & Development section. Details of the planning application(s) to be discussed, will be published on the agenda.

An Extraordinary meeting of the Council will be held to discuss urgent matters that arise in-between a Full Council meeting, that cannot wait until the next meeting. An agenda will be published and the public are welcome to attend.