Follow this link to register the Parish website so that it appears here
The Parish Council is the level of local government in Cotswold nearest to the people of North Cerney. The old parishes were formed at a time when there was little difference, to the local people, between the Church and the State. A parish like North Cerney usually formed around a village or other small settlement and used to be centred around the Parish Church. In the late 1800s Church and State separated but the same area is now represented as a local authority by the North Cerney Parish Council and the Church of England by the Parochial Church Council.
The Parish Councils have many powers and some duties. (Cf. The Good Councillors Guide).
An example of a power is the one that allows the purchase and operation of street lighting. One duty requires the council to open the meetings to the press and public, with few exceptions. They manage local amenities in North Cerney and have a watching brief on local issues and their opinion is noted by those higher authorities in matters concerning them such as local planning issues.
We get many requests from people looking for their ancestors but we do not carry that kind information as we are concerned with places rather than people. So we provide you with a link to one of the best UK online ancestry databases on the Internet.
You can upload news items, articles, stories and photographs of North Cerney that will appear on these pages.
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If you are organising an event in North Cerney then let us know about it and we will put a link to your event here and what's more we'll do it for FREE. The earlier you do it the better as not only will visitors to this North Cerney page see details of your event but so will visitors to our Cotswold pages and really big events will be displayed at national level too. Follow the link immediately below
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