Welcome to the website of Shilton & Barnacle Parish Council.
The parish council forms the first tier of local government within Warwickshire and is the body that is considered closest to the community that it serves. It comprises seven locally elected people, who have responsibility for delivering a number of public services to the villages of Shilton and Barnacle, as well as representing the views and concerns of local residents to other public bodies, including Rugby Borough Council, Warwickshire County Council and Warwickshire Police.
There are 680 adults currently living within the parish, which covers an area of 3.1 square miles. Each property within this area pays for the operating costs of the parish council through a precept that is included within the Council Tax. Currently, this equates to a ‘band D equivalent’ cost per property of £47.47 per year.
This website provides information about the parish council, its councillors and clerk, and sets out details about the services it provides. If there is any information that you would like, but that is not provided on the website, please contact Jackie Essex, the parish council’s Clerk, using the link at the top of this page.