Much Marcle Parish Council

Here you will find all the planning applications, minutes of meetings, locality reports of work undertaken and other points of contact to report concerns and problems.

We Are Here To Help

Contact the Parish Clerk for all Parish Council Issues

Planning Applications

A full listing of all the planning applications in the Parish of Much Marcle, including Rushall and Kynaston

All the news and latest information from Much Marcle Parish Council including Planning Applications and Minutes from all the meetings.

Parish Council Event Calendar

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Latest Local News

Sad death of HM Queen Elizabeth II

Sad death of HM Queen Elizabeth II

It is with great sadness that Much Marcle Parish Council has learned of the death of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and we extend our sincere condolences to the whole Royal Family at this very sad time for us all.

Herefordshire Council News

RSS News from Herefordshire Council

Parish Council News

Local News

Sad death of HM Queen Elizabeth II

Sad death of HM Queen Elizabeth II

It is with great sadness that Much Marcle Parish Council has learned of the death of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and we extend our sincere condolences to the whole Royal Family at this very sad time for us all.

Ward News

Twitter Feeds

Herefordshire Council Feed

Delivering all the latest news in an easy to digest form.

Herefordshire Highways Feed

Delivering all the latest road closures and delay in real time.

Much Marcle Helpers

If you can offer help or need help during the current Coronavirus outbreak, Much Marcle volunteer helpers may be able to help.

road warning sign

Report a road problem

This links to Herefordshire Council Website where you can report road problems.

Stop the drop

Stop the drop

Help us to stop the drop by joining our organised litter picks or starting and registering your own.

Routes recommended for cyclists

Cycle routes

Find all the cycle routes local to you and for the whole of Herefordshire.

Meet the Councillors

Elliot Weston

Elliot Weston

Community & Environment, Footpaths & Rights of Way