Gilcrux Parish Council - a welcome

A warm welcome to the official website of Gilcrux Parish Council , incorporating the villages of Gilcrux and Bullgill. We hope that this site will be useful to all parishioners and visitors to this parish.

Today, there are thousands of Parish Councils in, what are known in England as 'Civil Parishes', throughout the United Kingdom. Parish Councils work on behalf of their local communities and their responsibilities are summarised here: Powers and Functions of Parish Councils.

Historically, Parish Councils have been around for centuries - when villages like Gilcrux were first properly developed and where administration and justice were levied by a ruling clique, usually a Lord of the Manor and, later, by religious factions such as a Parish Rector and well-endowed monasteries.

The Parish Councils we are familiar with today came about because of the 1894 Local Government Act, seen through parliament from Prime Minister W. E. Gladstone.


Parish Newsletters

2017 Late Autumn

2017 Autumn

2017 Early Summer

2017 Spring

2016 Autumn

2016 Summer

2016 Spring

Household Emergency Plan

MEETINGS 2020 – 2021

Wednesday 20thth May 2020 (Annual Meeting & Annual Parish Meeting).

Wednesday 15th July 2020.

Wednesday 16th September 2020.

Wednesday 18th November 2020.

Wednesday 20th January 2021.

Wednesday 17th March 2021.

All meetings to start at 6.30pm and shall be held at Gilcrux Village Hall.

Covid-19: A message from Cumbria County Council

Covid-19 items

Procedures for Council meetings

Statement of Necessity