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The Parish Council meet every other month, usually on the second Monday of the month (January, March, May, July, September, November) subject to change or additional meetings to address urgent issues at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Members of the public are welcome to attend.


Please see the Agendas section for the latest agenda.

There is currently a vacancy on the Parish Council which legislation allows to be filled by co-option.

If you would like to find out more, or think you could help and don't know what to do next, please contact the clerk on

Could you be a Parish Councillor? The Council meets every other month from January. Funding is raised through a small part of Council Tax that helps fund things such as maintaining the recreation ground and Village Hall, owning and operating the Cemetery, supplementary grass cutting of public areas and local grants. The Council comments on all planning applications and works with County and District Councils to bring local knowledge and perspective to their decisions on services that affect our area. There are always opportunities to do more for those who want to get involved in activities beyond the core responsibilities of the council, but that isn’t a requirement. To find out more about the council and its activities, minutes of meetings and other documents are on this website.


Welcome to the website for Aller Parish Council. 

Aller is a village and parish in Somerset, England, situated 5 miles (8km) west of Somerton on the A372 road towards Bridgwater in the District of South Somerset. The village has a population of just over 400. The parish includes the hamlet of Beer (sometimes Bere or Bere Aller) and the deserted medieval village of Oath on the opposite bank of the River Parrett.

Aller was listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Alre, meaning 'The alder tree' from the Old English alor.

The parish of Aller was part of the hundred of Somerton.

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