Panfield Parish Council
Panfield Parish Council meets in the Village Hall on the first Thursday of every month (except August). Members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings and there is a Public Forum time at every meeting during which members of the public can voice their opinions and concerns.
All meetings are advertised on the Parish Council notice board on the village hall and in the events calendar on this website.
Parish Council members
Panfield Parish Council is the elected representative body for the residents of Panfield; each Member of the Council volunteers their time freely. For details of Parish Council members please visit the Council Members page.
Always contact the Parish Clerk for any council matters
Annual Parish Assembly
Panfield residents, representatives from village clubs and organisations, together with representatives from Panfield Church, Essex County Council, Braintree District Council and the Three Fields Area Policing Team gather for an informal meeting to report on their past year’s activities and publicise future events and attract new participants.
The Annual Parish Assembly is also a forum for residents to informally discuss current issues and matters of interest or concern in our community. It is held mid-May each year in The Bell. The Chairman of Panfield Parish Council looks forward to meeting you - all residents are welcome.
Date of the 2019 Annual Parish Assembly: to be confirmed.
To read the Annual Parish Assembly reports please visit our Parish Documents page.
Registers of Interest for parish / town councillors
Please be advised that all Registers of Interests for parish and town councillors received by the Monitoring Officer are now available on the Braintree District Council website. The link will navigate to an online directory, which can be searched by parish / town council name. All the registers for each parish / town council are published as a single PDF document.