The Parish Council are arranging a residents meeting on Saturday 15th January 2022, 10am to 2pm, Yelvertoft Independent Chapel.

The meeting will:
* Decide upon Freeman of the Parish.
* Presentation on Speedwatch.
* Information boards on topics such as flooding, KGV Field proposed improvements and climate plans.
Councillors will be available to speak to throughout the meeting and answer any questions you may have.
Please do save the date as we would love to see you there.

Save the date

Yelvertoft Annual Parish Meeting

To: All Yelvertoft village organisations

Re:       Annual Parish Meeting Invite

We are writing to invite you to the Yelvertoft Annual Parish meeting which will be held at 7pm on Monday 6th April 2020. 

Due to Coronavirus please note that all face-to-face meetings have been suspended so the meeting will be via web conference. 

We would really appreciate a report on what your organisation has been working on over the last 12 months, and also a presentation of your accounts.  This is a great opportunity for you to inform the village about your work, plans, achievements, and anything else you wish them to know.

We are often approached by village organisations with requests for funding, which we welcome.  Please note that priority for funding will be given to those groups that attend the Annual Parish Meeting as the Parish Council has a duty to all residents to ensure all funding awarded is made on a fair basis and in order for us to make such decisions we need to know what groups contribute to the village, how active they are and have an overview of their finances.

If you, or a representative, are unable to attend the meeting then you are welcome to send me a report which I will read out at the meeting.  If you are attending the meeting I would really appreciate you emailing me a copy of the report also to include in the minutes.

If you wish to participate:   

Go to

Enter meeting ID: 729 338 253

If using a telephone: 0203 695 0088.  Please note that calls from landlines will be charged at your usual rate.   

If you join online can we please ask that you do not use your webcams as it slows down the conference connection.  Please also try to access the conference at least 15 minutes beforehand so you can test your audio.  Your pc may also want to do a small download in order for Zoom to work on your pc.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Due to the coronavirus we wish to inform residents that all face-to-face meetings will be suspended for the foreseeable future. Meetings will now take place by web conference. As usual, we welcome public participation so if you wish to participate in any meeting please contact the Clerk and we will send you the details of the web conference.
You can either join meetings by using your computer or dial in using your phone (which is charged at local rate).
Please also continue to send in your emails and letters.

Yelvertoft Parish Councillor won nomination to attend the Queens Royal Garden Party!

Councillor John Nichols has been involved with the Parish Council for the last 23 years.  John is the most helpful, cheerful, and hard-working Councillor anyone could ever wish for.  He has tirelessly worked for the good of the residents/Yelvertoft village – grass cutting, tree maintenance, allotment maintenance, cemetery maintenance, flood maintenance, KGV field maintenance, member of many sub committees and working groups – including the Village Hall which we consider is one of the best facilities in the UK with a fantastic village hall, professional pitches, amphitheatre, pocket park etc.  John takes it upon himself to carry out maintenance in the village nearly every day of the week, including weekends and evenings.  John never needs to be asked, never complains, and rarely receives thanks.

We truly believe that John is the best ever Councillor and deserves recognition and a treat which is why we nominated him to NCALC for their annual recognition award of attending the Queens Royal Garden Party in May.  We are delighted to say that John won!  John and his wife Jenny will be attending the party. Talking of Jenny, we must also thank her as she rarely sees John due to the amount of time he spends working for the good of the village.

John will be retiring as a Councillor in April (despite saying that he will still continue to do some maintenance! 😊).  We would like to give John a huge thank you for all his hard work over the years and wish him a long, happy, healthy retirement.  He will be sorely missed.

April Parish Council meeting date 2020

The Parish Council meets the second Monday of each month except January and August.  Please note that as the April date falls on a bank holiday the meeting will take place on 6th April as opposed to 13th April.  Meetings take place at 7.30pm in the Reading Room and residents are always very welcome to attend.


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