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The Parish Council supports the local community but does not have unlimited power to do whatever it chooses (known as the power of general competence). The Parish Council can act only if it has been given the specific power to do so by statute, meaning it is controlled by Acts of Parliament.

It is important that the Parish Council works within these statutes and therefore policies and procedures are essential for ensuring that all business is conducted in the correct manner, both legally and transparently.

The Parish Council's current policies and procedures can be viewed here. They are reviewed annually by Full Council and also amended when necessary and in line with legislative changes.