The Great Munden Parish Council is a non-political Local Government body consisting of five members (Councillors). The members would like to make sure you are aware of what is happening in your parish and they would very much like you to share your views with them on anything that you are doing or anything that you feel that Parish Council should be undertaking. Please subscribe to the Parish Council’s mailing list if you would like to be sent updates directly to your inbox.

The Great Munden Parish Council is one of the smallest parishes in Hertfordshire comprising four hamlets, namely Great Munden, Nasty, Rush Green and Levens Green. The total electorate is only 255.

Great Munden Parish is approximately 6 miles to the north west of Ware and is in an agricultural, rural and picturesque area. This particular area is relatively unspoilt and contains some of the prettiest and most tranquil areas in East Herts. It is interspersed with narrow country lanes and is particularly fortunate to have an extensive network of byways, bridleways and footpaths. It is in fact a paradise for cyclists, horse-riders, walkers and all country-lovers and your Councillors feel very privileged to serve in this area and they do all in their power to preserve this legacy.

ROAD NAMES

Did you know……………. Munden Road stops at the bottom of Giffords Lane and the road then becomes un-named road C16 (Great Munden) through Great Munden past Edwards and Vale Cottages and C16 (Nasty) through Nasty. Useful information if you need to complete an on line form for reporting potholes etc and more importantly to the emergency services.    

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End of Year Financials

The audit of the accounts for the year ended 31st March 2018 has been completed. Please see the documentation by going to the ‘Documents’ tab – Parish Council Financials and Audits – 2017-2018. Note that there is a statutory period when any resident may ask to see any documentation and ask questions. See the ‘Dates for exercise of public rights’ document in the above folder.

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GDPR

We expect many of you are fed up with the number of communications you are receiving about GDPR. Unfortunately, as a parish council we are not exempt from the legislation. You can find our privacy policy in the folder entitled Parish Council Operating Procedures and Policies within the ‘Documents’ tab of this website. We are also modifying the site to include the policy and the facility to deny…

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Hertfordshire Waste Local Plan

HCC have issued a consultation on the way forward for waste planning in the county. This initial consultation, once adopted, will set out the overall approach to waste planning in the county and be used by county council officers when determining planning applications. The county council would like as wide a response as possible to this consultation, which ends on 30th March. The plan, response forms and supporting…

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