The Parish Council is governed by law and is required to abide by various procedures, details of the Council’s policies can be found here:

Standing Orders
Financial Regulations
Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities
Complaints Procedure
Handling Press & Media 

Equality diversity policy

General Data Protection Regulations

Murton Parish Council would like to inform you that contacting the Parish Clerk by e-mail or carrying out work on behalf of Murton Parish Council may result in you supplying personal information to the Parish Council.

Your personal data will be kept in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  Murton Parish Council will not pass your personal data to any other individual or organisation.  This includes those personal details submitted to the Parish Council for inclusion in the Murton Parish Council electronic mailing list.

It should be noted under the Financial Regulations administrative processes essential to the function of Murton Parish Council, that some personal information is required to be minuted and available in the public domain. Further information can be found here:

MPC Data Protection Policy – Nov 2018
MPC Website Privacy Notice – Nov 2018
MPC SAR policy – Nov 2018
FMPC FOI Policy – Nov 2018

If you are concerned with any interaction with the Parish Council with regard to your personal details please contact the Clerk.

Civility & Respect Pledge

At its meeting on 7 November 2022 the Parish Council agreed to adopt a Civility and Respect Pledge  aimed at minimising bullying and harassment.