Code of Conduct

In accordance to the Localism Act 2011 ss 26 to 37, Chilton Parish Council at its meeting on 28th June 2022 adopted the Suffolk Local Code of Conduct.You can view a copy of the Councillors’ Register of Interests on this website or Babergh District Council’s.


Parish Council meetings are normally held on the Third Monday of each month. All Chilton residents are invited and encouraged to attend the meetings, with a Public Forum at the start of each meeting. The Parish Council meetings are held in Great Waldingfield Village Hall and start at 7.30pm and normally finish by 10.30pm. The draft minutes of Chilton Parish Council meetings are published on this website within 4 weeks of the meeting being held.

Roles undertaken by Councillors

Councillors Steele and Armitage are the members of the HR Committee. Councillors Foster and Symons are members of the Standards Committee. Councillor Lewin is the representative to the Suffolk Asssociation of Local Councils.

Contacting the Parish Clerk

The Parish Clerk can be contacted at any reasonable time during the day or evening, Monday to Friday, Bank Holidays excepted.

Contacting Babergh District and Suffolk County Councillors

Chilton falls in the Lavenham Ward of Babergh District and has 2 councillors representing the ward who are Margaret Maybury and Paul Clover. Philip Faircloth-Mutton is the Suffolk County Councillor representing the Sudbury East and Waldingfield Division which includes Chilton. Contact details are as follows

NameAddress Phone / email
Margaret Maybury

Puddledock Garden
Clay Hall Lane
CO10 0AQ
01787 464358

Paul Clover
Philip Faircloth-Mutton

12 Cedar Apartments
North Street
Suffolk CO10 1AQ
07494 758000