Bromeswell Parish Council comprises seven village residents who have been elected as Parish Councillors and are who are all unpaid. There is a Parish Clerk who is paid to undertake the administration on behalf of the Council and to ensure that the Council and Councillors operate according to the law and according to its own Standing Orders.
The Council usually meets in January, March, July, September and November on the last Monday of the month. The date of the meeting in May (which includes the Council AGM & Annual Parish Meeting) varies. Meetings generally start at 7.30pm and are held at the Committee Room at Bromeswell Village Hall. Members of the public are welcome to attend and there will be an opportunity at every meeting for the public to raise issues.
The Council uses its Parish Plan (which has been developed after consultation with village residents) to guide it on its' priorities and to ensure that the wishes of the residents of the village are respected and promoted.
Priorities for the council are currently those relating to Planning, Highways and the preservation of the tranquil nature of the village environment which residents have considered to be their priorities.