Kinnerley Parish Council

Welcome to the website for Kinnerley Parish Council

For residents of the Parish, we hope that you will find this a valuable resource detailing the services that the Parish Council provides. The website also covers the official side of the Council business, giving information on who are your local Parish Councillors and how they can be contacted.

For those of you visiting our website from further afield, the Parish of Kinnerley is a rural parish with a population of approximately 1090. The Parish comprises the small settlements of Kinnerley, Dovaston, Knockin Heath, Edgerley, Pentre and Maesbrook. The surrounding area is generally mixed agricultural land. Kinnerley is in the north west of the county adjoining the Welsh border, off the A5, approximately 8 miles from Oswestry. It is bounded to the west by the River Vyrnwy and to the south by the River Severn.

The Parish Council comprises of eleven Councillors representing four wards: Argoed, Kynaston, Edgerley and Maesbrook. Meetings are usually held on the fourth Monday each month, expect for August and December.  Meetings are held at Kinnerley Parish Hall or Maesbrook Village Hall. The calendar shows details of when and where all the Parish Council meetings are held. You can also access the agendas and minutes for all meetings through the meeting page.

The Parish Council considers all planning applications in the Parish. Details of how you can view plans and comment on applications is available on the planning page.

Resident or visitor, we hope that you find our website a valuable resource.

The Parish Council can be contacted via the Parish Clerk - Marian Giles by post, email or phone :

c/o 61 Willow Street, Oswestry, SY11 1AQ. Email: kinnerleyparishcouncil@gmail.com.  Telephone 01691 679171 (answer phone available). 

News

14th May 2020

 Be Seen, Be Safer

As the weather improves and...

4th May 2020

As members of the public are no longer able to attend national and regional...

23rd April 2020

So that everyone can continue to enjoy their monthly Telescope we have...

20th April 2020

CORONOVIRUS - PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS IN APRIL AND MAY:

Following...

24th March 2020

Owing to the current situation with Covid 19 the April Parish Council...