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How to get involved

Attending parish council meetings

Your councillors meet regularly as a parish council and welcome attendance and participation from the communities they serve. Meetings are advertised, but you can contact the parish council clerk for dates and times of the forthcoming meetings. Normally at the beginning of each meeting there is an open forum for the public to put forward questions and points they wish to raise.

Joining a working group that deals with specific issues within the parish

Parish councils get involved in lots of projects with their communities. Working groups are made up of parish councillors and community representatives working on a specific project, such setting up a new local shop, carrying out a parish plan or helping to develop a neighbourhood plan.

Contacting your parish councillor with ideas or concerns about your parish

You can find out who your parish councillors are from your parish council clerk or:

Search for your parish councillor and parish council clerk by postcode