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Next meeting: Monday 06 December. Upwood Village Hall.

Please note that attendance at this meeting will require compliance with current government guidelines with regard to Covid-19; and with the village hall's risk assessment, conditions of hire and guidance for users.

The agenda is published three clear working days in advance of the meeting.

Click here to view or download the parish council's calendar for 2021 (note that the date of the May meeting was changed to Tuesday 04 May; and the meeting scheduled for 07 June was cancelled.





 Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Council Contact Details

By Post: Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Council. Kilimanjaro, 9 Meadow Road, Upwood, Huntingdon, Cambridgshire. PE26 2QJ

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By Telephone: 07835 939547


 Parish Councillors - Portfolio Roles and Responsibilities & Contact Details


Click here to see current news items.


Parish Council minutes 2020 onwards

Parish Council Minutes Archive 2008 - 2019 

Parish Council Minutes Archive 1894 - 2007


(All policy documents are subject to review at the Annual Parish Council Meeting held in May each year and as required by changes to legislation).


Parish Council news is reported every month in the Ramsey and Warboys Informer and every other month in Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Newsletter.


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Transparency and openness should be the fundamental principle behind everything councils and other local government bodies do, and new rights have been introduced by the Openness of Local Government Bodies 2014, enabling members of the public to know how decisions are made. All policies and procedures of Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Council demonstrate full compliance with these regulations and the parish council embraces an open media policy which encourages engagement with the press.

The regulations allow members of the public including citizens and professional journalists to:

  • use modern technology and communication methods such as filming, audio-recording, blogging and tweeting to report the proceedings of the meetings of their councils and other local government bodies
  • see information relating to significant decisions made outside meetings by officers acting under a general or specific delegated power.

The government's "Plain English Guide" provides practical information that will help the public to exercise their new rights under the Regulations, and explain what they should expect from their councils and other local government bodies.


This part of the website is managed by Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Council. The parish council wants as many people as possible to be able to use the website and is continually making improvements to enable greater accessibility. The parish council adopted its Website Accessibility Statement in March 2020 and this was updated in September 2020 in line with The Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibiity Regulations 2018. AbilityNet has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.