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St Bees Parish Council

Welcome to the St. Bees Parish Council pages, which describe the work and functions of the council. St. Bees has a tradition of a very active council and we hope these pages give you some idea of it's work.


Doug Sim

Vice Chairman Doug Millington





Mrs Jane Donaldson
East House,
Coulderton, Egremont,
Cumbria.CA22 2UR
Tel 01946 822560

Email address: pc_clerk@stbees.org.uk

Email link: Parish Clerk

Correspondence - All correspondence should be addressed to the Clerk, but the Chairman and councillors are available to discuss any parish matters with the general public. For official notices, please examine the Council's notice boards, which remain the official means of posting statutory notices.

Minutes - The minutes of the council are available on this site and parish notice boards.

Extent of parish - St. Bees civil parish includes St Bees village, the hamlet of Rottington, and the most spectacular section of the Cumbrian coast. The parish boundaries were revised in 2010 to those shown on the map in the "Boundaries" section. Previously it extended to the River Keekle and parts of Moor Row, following the old medieval boundary.

St Bees village website - The Parish Council owns the stbees.org.uk, stbees.org & stbees.info domain names, and is the sponsor of the St Bees village website, which is part of the Council's Publication scheme under the Freedom of Information Act.

The Council's web pages are maintained and updated by the Parish Council.


General meetings of the full council are normally held at 7.00 pm in the Village Hall (Hodgett's Club) in Finkle Street on the 3rd Monday of the month. Dates for this operating year are shown below. Further dates will be posted in May.


Monday 20 April 2015

Monday 18 May 2015 - The first meeting of the new council, when a new calendar will be agreed


Current projects

The latest project is...

The Beach Footpath project click to find out more....

We have a running list of village improvement projects. If your company or organisation would like to sponsor one of these, please contact the Clerk for the latest list.

We have a number of high profile areas which we are seeking to improve and which get high local visibility