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By Tarvin Parish Council - 21st March 2015 6:00am
The next Parish Council election will be held on the same day as the General Election, Thursday 7th May 2015.
11 Councillors will need to be elected to represent what will be a new Tarvin Parish Council.
Existing Councillors can be re-elected but a number have already indicated that they will not will be standing again.
If you are interested in how your area is looked after and how it develops then why not consider becoming a Councillor?
The positions are voluntary and take up as much time as you want to give.
The minimum commitment is to attend the monthly Parish Council meeting held on a Monday evening (normally the fourth Monday evening in the month). Councillors can also serve as members of a committee or working group between meetings should they wish to do so.
Councillors represent the views and concerns of the residents of the Parish to the Parish Council and, through it, to the Borough Council.
How to find out more about becoming a Parish Councillor?
- Contact any of our existing Councillors to find out what's involved (details on the Parish Council website here.
- Our Parish Clerk can also be contacted for more information (The Clerk also has copies of 'The -Good Councillor's Guide' which are available at no cost).
- Visit our website to read the minutes of past meetings.
If you wish to become a Parish Councillor
If you would like to apply then you need to obtain nomination papers. These can be obtained from the Clerk to the Council. All applications need to be registered with Cheshire West and Chester Council by 4pm on Thursday 9th April and Easter falls within this period so please do not leave it until the last minute.
The Clerk can be contacted either via e-mail at Miketarvinparish@aol.com or by telephone on 01829 741075.
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