Great Wyrley Parish Council
Great Wyrley As It Is Now
Great Wyrley Parish Council came into existence in 1894 following the Local Government Act of the same year. One of its first investments must have been the purchase of land for a cemetery in Station Street in Cheslyn Hay. The conveyance is dated 19th May 1896. The conveyance, hand written is not noted for its full stops. Since those days the parish council has seen its role as the main provider of leisure facilities.
The parish council provides a community centre, football pitches with changing rooms, children's play areas, Skate Park, BMX track, youth shelter, bus shelters and public open space.
The Parish Council normally meets on the first Wednesday of each month (bar August) at 7.15, at the Community Centre, Landywood Lane with committee meetings on the second Wednesday
Register of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Other Interests
Details of each parish councillor's Register of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Other Interests
Contact details for parish chairmen & clerk