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Parish Clerk is Mrs Frankie Killby


16 Vicarage Avenue
White Notley



Telephone Number 01376 584640




All Councillors are volunteers and are unpaid for their work, although out of pocket expenses are reimbursed by the Parish Council.


The conduct of Councillors and the matters they are responsible for are covered in Standing Orders and the Code of Conduct (see below).

Parish/Town Councillorsí Register of Interests: The Registers of Interest are available to view on Braintree District Councilís website and can be accessed by the following link:

This link will navigate to an online directory, which can be searched by Parish/Town Council name.   All the Registers for each Parish/Town Council are published as a single PDF document.
If you wish to view the Register of Interests in person, they are available for public inspection at the office of the Monitoring Officer at  Braintree District Council, Causeway House, Bocking End, Braintree, CM7 9HB during normal office hours.
In order to avoid disappointment, please can you contact the Monitoring Officer or Deputy Monitoring Officer in advance of your attendance at the District Council Offices.

Standing Orders:  Click here to view the Terling and Fairstead Parish Council Standing Orders

Financial Regulations:  Click here to view the Terling and Fairstead Parish Council Financial regulations


Code of ConductTerling and Fairstead Parish Council adopted model The Code of Conduct 2007, including paragraph 12/2, on 22nd May 2007.  Click here for Code of Conduct for Members and here for Model Code of Conduct for Town and Parish Councils.


Emergency Plan:  Click here to see the latest version of the Parish Council Emergency Plan.


How to contact the Parish Council:

  •   eMail the Parish Clerk at

  •   Telephone your councillor, click here for the list

  •   Attend a Parish Council meeting, the public have the first slot on the agenda to raise any issue they wish.

  •   Use the Suggestion Box in the Village Stores

  •   Write to the Parish Clerk at the above address