About the Parish
Locking is a village and Civil Parish in North Somerset, England. It is a predominantly quiet residential area of North Somerset, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) south east of the town of Weston-super-Mare. It sits within the Weston-super-Mare and Villages parliamentary constituency, John Penrose MP is the duly elected representative.
As well as a Doctors Surgery and dispensing Pharmacy the village has a Hall, Church, 2 Pre-Schools, 1 Primary School, a Post Office and many other local businesses.
Here you can find:Disclaimer
Information from Council and Committee meetings
Information on booking the Parish Hall
Who your local Councillors are
How to Contact Us
How to Report a problem
We aim to update the site at least monthly, although sometimes this may not be possible, Locking Parish Council has accepted the information on their web pages in good faith and every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within is correct, up to date, and valid. Neither the Parish Council, nor its members or employees, shall be liable in any event for any loss, however arising, that is suffered by any person or party as a consequence of any errors in, or omissions from, this website. Websites to which this site links are the responsibility of their individual authors and owners. Neither the Parish Council, nor its members or employees accepts any responsibility for statements made or opinions expressed in them.
31/05/18 If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor, there are two vacancies. Click here for more information.
Strategic thinkers needed…
Following the workshop at the Parish Hall on Thursday 24th October 2016, the PC would like to thank those that attended. However, the more volunteers the merrier! Please click on the link above to find out more information and to register your interest. Thank you.
LOCKING TO THE FUTURE
Phone: 07786 304862
Welcome to the village for our newest arrival. The Public Access Defibrillator is now up and running! Thanks to all who have supported the effort to get it here. Don’t forget fundraising goes on to obtain a second one for elsewhere in the parish.