• Power to provide Allotments
  • Power to provide baths and wash houses
  • Power to acquire and maintain cemeteries
  • Power to provide and maintain bus shelters
  • Power to provide some bye laws
  • Duties to parochial charities
  • Power to attract visitors and encourage tourism.
  • Power to support Citizens Advice
  • Power to provide public clocks
  • Power to maintain closed churchyards
  • Powers relating to enclosures and common pasture
  • Power to provide conference facilities
  • Power to provide and equip community buildings.
  • Power to spend on crime prevention
  • Power to deal with ponds and ditches
  • Power to support the arts
  • Power to use well or spring to obtain water therefrom
  • Power to provide seats and shelters.
  • Power to provide traffic signs and notices
  • Power to plant trees on verges.
  • Power to provide litter bins.
  • Power to promote lotteries.
  • Power to provide information relating to local government.
  • Power to accept gifts.
  • Power to participate in schemes of collective investment.
  • Power to provide mortuaries.
  • Right to be notified on planning applications.
  • Powers to contribute to traffic calming schemes.
  • Power to spend on community transport schemes.
  • Power to maintain and protect war memorials.
  • Power to provide public conveniences.
  • Power to provide decorative signs.
  • Power to repair and maintain public footpaths and bridleways; light roads and public places; provide parking; enter into highways agreements.
  • Powers to direct custody of parish documents.
  • Power to pay public telecommunications loss sustained in providing post or telegraph office or facilities.
  • Power to acquire land to provide recreation grounds, public walks and open spaces and recreation facilities and boating ponds
  • Power to acquire or dispose of land
  • Power to accept gifts of land.