Parish Council Information

St Andrews Community Centre

Local councils have a large range of powers and duties to enable them to serve, maintain and improve their communities.

Saxilby with Ingleby Parish Council is an active Council which provides many services, facilities and activities within the community. This includes: a library; community centre and bar; burial ground; public toilets; recreational and play areas; sporting facilities including football pitches; holiday activities; community events; street furniture such as bus shelters and benches; parish grass cutting and bin emptying. The Council is also a consultee on planning applications within the parish.    

The Council is made up of 14 councillors and a number of staff who deliver the Council’s services.  

Council meetings are held on a monthly basis which includes a Full Council meeting and a number of committee meetings. Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings and give their views within the public question time. 

The notice board at the Coop is where the official parish documents are shown, with other noticeboards around the Village being used to promote local events and activities.