Ufford Parish Council

Ufford Parish lies within Peterborough City Council area in North-west Cambridgeshire, halfway between the City of Peterborough and the town of Stamford, Lincs.

We hope you will find items of interest here and welcome any feedback; please use the “Contact Us” page for your comments. This website is maintained and owned by Ufford Parish Council.

Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

Four councillors have been elected to the parish council at this year’s local elections, but we still have one vacancy.   Anyone eligible may apply and co-option will take place at the next council meeting.

You are likely to be eligible if you live and/or work within 3 miles of Ufford, are registered to vote in the parish and can give a few hours a month to represent your fellow residents in local government.

You can read the official notice and eligibility criteria here: UPC notice of co-option Jun16.  The vacancy remains open until filled.



Council meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month except August, from 7.30pm in the Village Hall.  Residents, media representatives and other members of the public are always welcome to attend all or part of the meeting.  Early at each meeting there is the opportunity to raise issues connected with any item on the agenda.

The agenda for every meeting is published at least three clear working days prior to the meeting date.  The latest agenda can be found on the Meetings Agenda page .

Minutes are published in draft form soon after each meeting and are signed signed as a final version at the next meeting. All minutes since April 2015 can be found on the Meetings Minutes page.