Council Documents

Policy re identified risks and management process

Long Compton Parish Council Grants Policy and Application process

Approved Freedom of Information Publication Scheme

Long Compton Parish Council has recently started using Social Media to communicate and therefore a policy has been put in place regarding operation and monitoring.

Standing Orders are the guidelines for operating a local council.

Local Authorities are required to adopt a Code of Conduct which sets out rules governing the behaviour of their Members and satisfies the requirements of the Localism Act 2011. All elected, co-opted and independent Members of local authorities, including Parish Councils, are required to abide by their own, formally adopted, Code. The Code of Conduct seeks to ensure that Members observe the highest standards of conduct in their civic role. The Code is intended to be consistent with the seven principles:

The Long Compton Parish Council is an equal opportunities employer. The aim of its equal opportunities policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, HIV antibody status, AIDS or disability, nor should they be disadvantaged by requirement. The Long Compton Parish Council will strive to redress any imbalance that may become evident.