Cranborne & Edmondsham Parish Council is a joint council covering the village of Cranborne and the hamlet of Edmondsham in Dorset. The council meet every third Tuesday of the month at 7pm with the exception of August and December in the Cecil Memorial Hall in Cranborne. The meetings in March and September are held in the village hall in Edmondsham. Members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings at which there is a public open forum at the beginning of the meeting where they may speak.
What we do
Cranborne & Edmondsham Parish Council is an elected body in the first tier of local Government. Local councils have the legal power to take action but have a limited number of duties. Cranborne & Edmondsham Parish Council plays a vital role in representing the interests of the community we serve and improving the quality of life and local environment. Furthermore, we can influence decision makers and deliver services to meet local needs. The Government is encouraging local councils to deliver more services and play a greater part in their communities.