Councillors and Clerk contact details (with areas of responsibility)

Name Contact details
Andrew Lewis (Chair, Website, DPO, SALC representative)
Josie Bassinette (Vice-Chair, Car Parks, Sizewell C)
Esme Richardson (Playing field/playground equipment H&S)
Jane Sutherland-Rogers (Footpaths, Highway Matters, Village News)
Lee Sutton (Playing field/playground equipment H&S)
Rebecca Whiting
Vanessa Tucker
Simon Ashton (RFO)
Mark Knight (Clerk)
Correspondence to:

The Heritage Hut,

The Green,


IP18 6TT



Next Parish Council Meeting: The next full meeting of the Parish Council will be on Monday 9th May at 7PM in the Heritage Hut, Walberswick

The above meeting is open to the public to attend either in person or remotely (via Zoom) and members of the public who are interested in attending remotely should email: BEFORE 6 PM on the day of the meeting for connection details

Note: Follow the link to see the agenda and associated papers for each meeting of WPC, which are published on this website at least 3 days (not including Sundays and Public Holidays) before the meeting takes place

Follow the link to see the schedule of meetings up until May 2023


PUBLIC NOTICE: Follow the link to see the Annual Governance Statement, Internal Audit Report and Exercise of Electors' Rights including details on how to inspect the Council accounts for 2021/22.


PUBLIC NOTICE - Walberswick Annual Parish Meeting:  The Walberswick 2022 Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Wednesday 11th May at 7PM in the Village Hall. It is an opportunity to hear from the organisations in the village, to ask questions and express your views. Please note that while everyone has the right to attend the Annual Parish Meeting, only those on the Electoral Register of the Parish may speak or vote. Follow the link to see the Agenda for the 2022 Annual Parish Meeting


PUBLIC NOTICE: Follow the link to the see the Notice of Conclusion of 2020/21 External Audit, Annual Governance Statement (Audited), Accounting Statements (audited) and the External Audit Report & Certificate.


PUBLIC NOTICE: Follow the link to see the Annual Governance Statement, Internal Audit Report and Exercise of Electors' Rights including details on how to inspect the Council accounts for 2020/21.


A newly elected Councillor has to sign an undertaking, as part of their written declaration of acceptance of office, that they will observe the Suffolk Local Code of Conduct (adopted by the Parish Council in June 2012). In addition, all Councillors have to complete a Register of Interests within 28 days of the election, which is available for anyone to view. Follow the link for more details on both The Local Code of Conduct and Register of Interests (Note: These policies are hosted on an external website and will open in a new tab).


All planning applications relevant to Walberswick are listed and updated regularly. They are linked to the East Suffolk website where you can see all the available documents.
Walberswick Parish Council is committed to providing and presenting up-to-date and accurate information. However, Walberswick Parish Council gives no warranty as to the accuracy of the information on this website and accepts no liability for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of reliance on such information. Although Walberswick Parish Council takes all reasonable measures to ensure that the information provided to it from third parties is not defamatory or offensive, Walberswick Parish Council cannot control the content of or take responsibility for external websites or information maintained or provided by external providers. Please note that the inclusion of an organisation does not constitute a recommendation by Walberswick Parish Council of the organisation or an indication that Walberswick Parish Council agrees with or in any way shares the organisation's objectives, principles or operational methods.