Councillors are elected to the local council to represent their local community, so they must either live or work in the area. Becoming a Councillor is both a rewarding and privileged form of public service. You will be in a position to make a difference to the quality of other people’s daily lives and prospects.
Research tells us that people are most concerned about issues such as crime, schools, transport and the environment. As your local council we can and do make a difference on all these issues and many more, and so can you as a local Councillor.
If you would like further information please visit the Role of A Parish Councillor Page under the Parish Council page on this website or use this link to be redirected.
For an informal chat on the role of a Parish Councillor please contact the Parish Clerk, Mrs Vicky Waples on 01359 232854 (Wednesdays to Fridays) or visit the Parish Council Offices on Fridays 10.30am to 3.30pm - observing social distancing rules.