Who we are & what we do
Croft Parish Council came into existence in 1895. The Parish Council consist of eight members who are local residents, supported by a Parish Clerk, who works part-time from home.
The Parish Council's responsibilities include the Fun Park and other open spaces, Winston Avenue sports ground and pavilion, the allotments at Arbor Road and the cemetery at Huncote Road.
Meetings of the Parish Council are held at 7.00 pm on the second Thursday of every month at the sports pavilion.
Register of Members Interests
Councillors must abide by rules that apply to the disclosure of some business or financial interests. These are called "disclosable pecuniary interests" or "DPIs". DPIs include employment, ownership of land, and business interests in your parish. Other interests are usually non-pecuniary or personal interests.
All Councillors are required to register their 'disclosable pecuniary interests'. The Act requires the registration to cover the interests of the member's spouse or partner, or someone living with the member in a similar capacity, in addition to the member's own interests.
Clerk to the Council
As a rural parish with a small population, we have one part-time Clerk, who works to deliver the range of services we provide.