Who We Are & What We Do...

Organisational information, structures, locations, contacts - letting you know who’s who on the Parish Council.
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  • Welcome to the website for Newall with Clifton Parish Council..
Newall with Clifton parish situated to the south west of Harrogate in the county of North Yorkshire. It is also within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), at the southern edge of the designation, approximately two miles north of Otley and five miles northeast of Ilkley. In addition part of the Parish is an Conservation Area containing some historic and listed buildings.

Click here to view a boundary map.

Click here to view the Conservation Area Character Appraisal (LCA)


  • How & where the Parish Council fits in to the democratic process of local government..
Parish, community and town councils operate at a level below district and borough councils. They are elected and can help on a number of local issues. 

Click here to see more information on 'How Your Parish Council Works', including the different types of council, decision making, spending & accounts, role of councillors, elections, and how to make a complaint.


  • Noticeboards..
Four noticeboards are located within the Parish Boundary, situated at:

 - End of Copmanroyd
 - Outside Clifton Village Hall
 - Centre of Clifton Village
 - Dob Park





  • Your Parish Councillors..
John Anderson
(Finance Officer)
Bride Cross Granary
Dob Park
Otley
LS21 2NA
t: 07590 683949

David Ian Brown
(Acting Clerk)
Maverick Farm Cottage
Newall Carr Road
Newall with Clifton
LS21 2HD
t: 07836 242611

Rodney Cam
Chapel House
Clifton Lane
Clifton
Otley
LS21 2HE
t: 07710 586051

Myles Nicholson
(Chairman)
Woodhill Farm
Clifton Lane
Newall with Clifton
LS21 2HE
t: 07860 894802



  • Parish Meetings..
Parish Council Meetings take place in Clifton Village Hall bi-monthly, with additional business meetings held as required.

Meetings are open to the public and there is a 15 minute open-forum before the start of each meeting for Parishioners to talk to councillors on any matters of concern. Alternatively you can contact the Chairman or email the Parish Council. 

The Parish Council meeting is at 7.15pm, however m
embers of the public will not be allowed to speak on agenda items during the meeting unless invited to do so by the Chair.

Click 
here to see the scheduled dates of future meetings.

Click here to see agendas and minutes.


  • General Data Protection Regulations
The Council are compliant with the requirements of the GDPR in relation to its People, Process & Systems. You can read our statements on the Policies, Procedures, & Documents page. 

If you would like to know more about the GDPR as it may affect you then please visit the Information Commissioner's Office website by clicking  here


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