Marsh Gibbon Parish Council is a local authority and has to work in accordance with legislation passed by Parliament. Marsh Gibbon is situated in the Vale of Aylesbury, one of three administrative districts in Buckinghamshire.
The decisions of the Parish Council are made by elected councillors who either live or work or have business interests in the Parish. Marsh Gibbon Parish Council has seven councillors and they are elected for a four-year term of office. None represents a political party, as is usual in parish councils. Four of our present councillors were elected in May 2015: Ian Metherell (Vice-Chairman), Penny Evershed, June Smith and Elizabeth Taylor. Adrian Lambourne (Chairman) was co-opted onto the Council at the Parish Council meeting on 14 February 2017. Richard W Cross and Nick Lyon were co-opted onto the Council at the Parish Council meeting on 14 July 2020 following the resignation of Richard Cross (Snr) and the sudden death of Derek Leonard.
The Council employs a part-time Clerk, who is responsible for the administration and the finances of the council. The Clerk at the present time is Mrs Carole Jackman, email: email@example.com