Welcome to Great Baddow Parish Council's Website
Great Baddow Parish Council represents a population of around 16,000 people and provides many facilities, including meeting places, sports and recreation facilities, allotments and cemeteries. Established in 1894 the parish council has 13 councillors, all of whom live in Great Baddow, working to make sure the residents have a voice on all local matters. Despite Great Baddow being classified as part of urban Chelmsford, residents still identify strongly with it as a village and one of the Council’s main aims is to foster our village identity and community spirit.
18th November 2020
Enjoying the park - The following was recently received from a visitor to Great Baddow Recreation Ground:
"Dear Michelle, I would be grateful if you could pass on my thanks to the council and staff for the beautiful maintenance of the recreation ground and it’s toddler park.
Before lockdown walking around the park with my new baby provided much needed moments of calm and during lockdown it became a lifeline! I’ve met lots of new friends there and seen many new parents enjoy the park because of its safety and beauty.
The toddler park was built with real thought and care, we enjoy using it on a nearly daily basis!
Thank you again!"
17th November 2020
At 11:00 on November 11th, Councillor Keith Liley, on behalf of the Parish Council, laid a wreath at St Mary's Church to commemorate Armistice Day