Welcome to your Tysoe Parish Council website.
Tysoe is a wonderful village and community in which to live, and we are very privileged to be surrounded by such beautiful countryside and yet still have many excellent village amenities at our disposal.
I have been pleased to have served our community as a Parish Councillor for many years now, and felt honoured to be elected as Chairperson in May this year. I am committed to serve the Parish and our community to the very best of my ability in my role as Chairperson by providing and encouraging values-based leadership following the seven principles of public life – the Nolan principles – selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
I recognise that we, as a community and many other rural communities like us, are facing a number of challenges in the period ahead, especially in terms of planning and future housing needs. However, I am confident that, by setting aside self-interest and working together, we can find appropriate solutions to these challenges and bring about greater benefits for the whole of our community.
Your Parish Council wants to get your feedback, and to listen to and understand the issues that are important for you. We meet at 7.15pm in the Village Hall on the first Monday of each month, Bank Holidays excepted. We also hold “drop-in surgeries” on the first Tuesday of each month, from 9.00am to 10.30am in the Tysoe Tea Room. So please do join us and get your views across!
A key aim of this website is to help keep you informed of what is happening in and around our community, and to let you know about local events that you may be interested in. If you are holding an event in the Parish and would like it to be advertised on the website by all means send details to the Parish Clerk at parishclerk.tpc@gmail.com
We also welcome any feedback on this website, so if there is anything you feel should be included, then please do let us know.
Thank you.

Jacqui Sinclair, Chairman, Tysoe Parish Council

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