Tiptree Parish Council

Tiptree Parish Council

His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Tiptree Parish Council joins the nation in mourning the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip. We offer our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and all of the Royal Family during this difficult time.

As a mark of respect during the mourning period, there will be a Book of Condolence in the new Parish Offices for residents to place their thoughts and recollections – strict COVID rules will apply.

Cllr Roger Mannion


Tiptree Parish Council

About Tiptree
Formed in March 1934, Tiptree Parish Council is now the local authority for one of the largest villages in England with a population in excess of 9,000. The village is situated approximately 10 miles from Colchester, close to the A12 trunk road, and is one of 27 wards administered by Colchester Borough Council. The Parish Council consist of 15 elected Councillors, and a staff of 8 employee’s.

One of our primary tasks is the care of our green spaces. These are the sites that we have ownership (or long leases) on, such as Windmill Green, Grove Road Lake, The Grove Road Playing Fields, Park Lane Nature Reserve, the Memorial Gardens, the Community Hall, our Parish Offices and assorted other sites we are in the process of bringing on board or devolving to the care of others.

Mission Statement To enhance the quality of life for the community of Tiptree, maintain the village identity and encourage a community spirit