By Audlem PC - 4th January 2018 6:09am
"The role of Audlem Parish Council is to promote and manage the smooth running and sustainable development of our community in a democratic, prudent and non-discriminatory way, achieving this by adherence to the highest standards. Further it should represent the views and aims of the parish in external affairs, directly or via devolved bodies."
Could this be you?
- Would you like to get involved in making decisions about your local community and local issues?
- Could you make a significant contribution to the village in which you live or work?
- Do you have an interest in your local environment, local transport, local government finances, amenities, planning and housing issues, community events and policing?
Want to make a difference?
Applications are open to anyone aged 18 years and over; eligible to vote and have lived or worked in the parish for 12 months or more, or within 3 miles of the parish boundary.
Please send your application by 5th February 2018 to the Clerk at email@example.com or contact the Chairman or Councillors to hear more about being a Councillor.
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