By Audlem Webteam - 25th March 2011 7:27am
It's still not too late to put yourself forward and apply to become a Parish Councillor in Audlem. If you want to help make a difference and serve your community why not take that step? And if you live within Audlem the chances are that you already know what is important to people in the village — so why not put this knowledge to good use by becoming a Parish Councillor?
Parish Councillors play a vital part in representing the interests of the community and work to improve the quality of life and the local environment. Through the Parish Council, they can influence other decision-makers in Cheshire East and can deliver specific services to meet local needs now and in the future.
Elections are due to take place on 5th May and there are 12 vacancies to be filled.
If you wish to stand for election you will need to obtain a nomination pack from Cheshire East Council (ring 0300 123 5500 or visit the offices at Westfields, Middlewich Road, Sandbach CW11 1HZ).
Nominations must be delivered to the Returning Officer before 12 noon on Monday 4th April. It is recommended that papers are hand delivered and that they are submitted as early as possible to give the Returning Officer an opportunity to check that they are valid and to give you sufficient time to resubmit if necessary.
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