The absolute deadline for submission of nomination papers is the 4th April.
A Councillor… Who Me?
Could you be one of the Parish Councillors who will be elected in May to take a lead in serving the South Hill community?
To be a Local Councillor you must be at least 18 and a British, Commonwealth or European Citizen. You also need to be a local elector or have lived, worked or owned a property in the parish for at least a year.
Why would I want to be a Councillor?
People stand for election for many reasons:
- To speak on behalf of the local community and help local people.
- To contribute professional skills to their community
- To shape the future of their local community
Councillors play a vital role in shaping and directing the effectiveness of local services for the benefit of local people. They work with public, private and charitable bodies to improve their community. The role of Councillor is vital in the local community.
Your council is the voice and champion of the parish.
Councillors are elected for a period of four years.
Now is the perfect time to consider standing for election as all South Hill Parish Council’s seats are up for election in May 2017.
For more information and nomination packs please contact either Sharon Richards on 01209 614298 or John Simmons on 01579 341533 at Cornwall Council.
South Hill Parish Council Land to Let: Many thanks to all those who submitted a tender, the date for applications has now passed and the successful applicant will be receiving notification shortly.
SHPC Footpath Mission Statement and Tender: Many thanks to all those who submitted a tender, the date for applications has now passed and the successful applicants will be receiving notification shortly.
Jenny Hoskin, Clerk to the Parish Council
Branston Farm, Bodmin Road
Bodmin, PL30 4BB
Tel: 01208 72789 firstname.lastname@example.org