East Haddon Parish Council
Quick Guide to Being a Parish Councillor
What do Parish Councils do?
Parish Councils are responsible for delivering local services.
What do Parish Councillors do?
Parish Councillors make decisions about policies and services, keep an eye on how well things are working and represent local residents.
How do I become a Parish Councillor?
Local elections are take place in the election cycle of Daventry District Council. Also there is one vacancy on the Parish Council which could be filled by co-option. Speak to a councillor on the parish council or contact the parish clerk.
You should consider becoming a Parish Councillor if:
- You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community
- You Want To Spend Your Time Productively
- You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally
What should I do next?
Talk to one of the current Parish Councillors or come along to a Parish Council meeting in the Village Hall. .
Follow the links below to more detailed information: