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The Parish Council normally meet at 7.00pm on the first Thursday of each month in the Village Hall in Little Weighton. Members of the public are invited to attend and there is a 10 minute public forum at the start of each meeting.


Rowley Parish Council currently have 8 Parish Councilors who volunteer to support the local community. If you would like to know more about who they are and what they do please click on the button below.


A review of our advertising rates is due at the next Parish Council meeting on the 13th May 2019. We will create a new rate card after this meeting. If you would like us to email a copy please click the link below.


Rowley Parish Council meet on the first Thursday of every month to discuss issues that affect village life across the parish of Rowley. There are 8 local councilors who volunteer to serve the local community helping to improve the villages and support community projects.

If you have any comments, concerns or ideas of how we can improve your village please let us know. You can send us a message via this website, contact the parish clerk (details on the contact page) or pop along to one of the meetings. There is a 10 minute public forum at the start of each meeting where you are welcome to air your views.