Parish Councillors and their Areas of Responsibility

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Audlem Parish Councillors have recently put together Working Groups aligned to the main headings of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Whilst each Councillor still has certain individual areas of responsibility the Group format ensures that there are others to call on to guarantee presence at relevant meetings and to work on any issues which arise.

The Planning Group has successfully worked in this way for some years and makes monthly reports to the full Council. Each Group will monitor issues relating to their area of interest and follow up (through the Clerk) to ensure that action items are completed.

A full list of Parish Councillors and their contact details and allocation of responsibilities can be found by clicking here.

The Parish Council email address is audlempc@gmail.com(phone 07432 332857), although as there is currently no Parish Clerk any mail should be sent to the Chair, Heather Jones.

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