Aldbrough St John is a village and civil parish in the Richmondshire district in North Yorkshire, England.

Parish Councils were established by the Local Government Act 1894 which specified that there should be a Parish Council for every parish with  a population of over 300.

A Parish Council is a local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people of the parish.

Aldbrough St John Parish Council minute books, dating back to 1894, are archived with the North Yorkshire County Records Office in Northallerton (PC/ALD).  Two volumes are stored: 1894 – 1936 and 1936 – 1987.

Aldbrough St John Parish Council meet four times a year; February, May (AGM), August and November.  Meetings take place in the Village Hall, West Green.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

Parish Clerk

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Parish Council Meetings

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Click here for Parish Council documentation published under the Transparency Code.