Welcome to our site

This site has been set up by the Parish Council to:

  • Provide information on the work of the Council,
  • Provide access to the Council's records,
  • Promote activities within Knebworth Parish and to
  • Provide links to other organisations that operate within the parish, or whose decisions affect the residents of Knebworth.
Your Parish Councillors are:
  • Alan Sleator (Chair)
  • Rosemary Conybeare (Vice Chair)
  • Kevin Burr  
  • Philip Farr (Chair, Rec. Grounds)
  • Graham Fothergill
  • Carly Gribble (Chair, Planning & Environment) 
  • Steve Hemingway
  • Duncan Jefford
  • John Kolm-Murray 
  • James Orme-Kirby
  • Rob Procter (Chair, F&GP)
  • Roger Willcocks
 Full contact details may be found on the Members Page.

The sole officer of the Parish Council is Claire Graham, Clerk to the Council. Email clerk@knebworthpc.org.uk or call 01438 813795.

The membership of the different committees can be see from the Members Page.

If you have ever wondered about the powers and duties of a Parish Council in England you might be interested in the useful summary on Wikipedia. Click here for the page (opens in new window).



Announcements

  • Swangleys Lane Solar Farm Update
    Posted 23 Mar 2015, 14:48 by Stephen Hemingway
  • Parish Council Meeting 30 March 2015
    Posted 23 Mar 2015, 09:44 by Stephen Hemingway
  • Notice of a Casual Vacancy
    Posted 14 Mar 2015, 07:48 by Stephen Hemingway
  • Knebworth Festival Fun Day 27th June appeal for stall holders. Get Noticed in Knebworth !!!!  Promote your local group or a charity you support by booking a stall at the Knebworth Festival Fun Day 27th June.Email: Knebworthvillagefestival@hotmail.com And join us at  twitter @knebfest and www.facebook.com/knebfestThanks  Steve DD and Ruth B
    Posted 14 Mar 2015, 07:27 by Stephen Hemingway
  • Knebworth News 12 Mar 2015 World Book Day: Some Knebworth schoolchildren found themselves getting into the costumes of their favourite book characters ridiculously early last week. Knebworth School featured on Good Morning Britain, including a special appearance by Professor Snape from the Harry Potter series, aka Headteacher Michael John.Ralph Dainty: Knebworth may well be the place to live for longevity. Ralph Dainty, who died last week, was aged 102. This may mean that Knebworth’s oldest resident is now Gwen Garland, who is 101. Pram Service: If you have little ones to care for, and half an hour or so to spare tomorrowFriday 13 March, at 2.30pm, bring them along to the Pram Service led by Children’s and Outreach worker, Mark ...
    Posted 11 Mar 2015, 08:36 by Stephen Hemingway
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