Welcome to Suckley Parish Council

Covering four square miles, Suckley is geographically one of the largest parishes in Worcestershire, but also one of the least populated with only around 250 residences. Seven farms utilise the greater part of the available land, producing apples, beef, cereals, hops, milk, oil seed rape, pears and potatoes. The eastern side of the Parish is part of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within Suckley, which embraces the hamlet of Longley Green, there are several dozen micro-businesses operating from private homes, ranging from beauty therapy to furniture restoration, from computer maintenance to interior design, from motor mechanics to plumbing. Most of the population in employment commute to Malvern, Worcester, Hereford, Cheltenham or the West Midlands.

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NOTICE OF CO-OPTION

 PARISH COUNCIL OF

SUCKLEY 

VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR 

TO BE FILLED BY CO-OPTION

The above Parish Council will consider filling by co-option a casual vacancy for a Councillor at its meeting to be held:

on     Monday 11th March 2024

at      19:30 in Suckley Parish Church

Those who are interested in serving the community in this way and want to become a candidate for co-option should obtain an application form for candidacy from the Clerk. Completed application forms should be returned to the Clerk by  

5pm on Friday 8th March 2024 

Information on eligibility, the role of the Parish Council and its schedule of meetings may be obtained from the Clerk and/or the Chairman.

Clerk            Mrs Lynn Butler – tel: 01886 821198

               email:  lsb.clerksuckleypc@gmail.com                             

Chairman     Cllr Steve Gray – tel: 01886 884615

                    email: sgamvale@btinternet.com

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Images of Suckley

Bruff Business Centre Suckley Village Hall Suckley Church
The Cross Keys Suckley School From the top of Grove Hill

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