The Parish Council looks after village cleaning and grass cutting, lighting and lighting repairs, the play area, and other village activities. It also has the ultimate responsibility for the Village Hall.

The funding mainly comes from the precept, i.e. the council tax payers. In addition, the P.C. holds funds raised during the various millennium activities in 1999 and 2000. These funds are used for new village activities and projects.

The Parish has recently been through a detailed planning process culminating with a Parish Plan. As a result of this a number of action groups have been set up.

The P.C. meets in the Village Hall on the 2nd Monday of each month (except April, August and December). Meetings start at 7.30 pm in the committee room, and members of the public are welcome to attend. The agenda includes a “Question time” where members of the public are able to bring issues to the attention of the P.C.

Click here to access the Gayton Parish Council events calendar and meeting agenda.

The current members are:-

The precept for 2016/17 is £14,000, corresponding to £63 per year for a band-D property.

The budget is as follows:-

Expense ItemBudget
Clerk Salary + expenses £3,352
Grass Cutting(within 30mph zone) £2,850
Bugbrooke Road speeding issues £1,500
Lighting £1,450
Insurance £1,000
Playground Maintenance £850
Light Repairs and new lights £550
Village Plan £500
NCALC £300
Telephone Box £300
Audit £260
Gayton News £210
Church Clock maintenance £186
Room Hire £100
Web Space £60
Playground safety inspection £50
Contingency Expenses £482
Total expenses £14,000

In 2009 a review of the Parish Plan was carried out, for details click here: .

Based on this review new priorities were proposed and agreed, for details click here: .

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