The Parish Council is your democratically elected local authority and made up of unpaid councillors who are elected to serve for four years.
If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor, you should contact the Parish Clerk who can tell you when the next elections will be held or whether there are any ad hoc vacancies. If vacancies do arise, they will be advertised in a number of places, including this website, the Dorset Council website, the Parish Magazine and across the Parish Council’s social media channels.
You can read more about the role of a Parish Councillor on the "What is the Parish Council?" page here, and when the council holds it meetings on the Council Meeting Schedule page. You can also view the Councillors' Registers of Interests here.
Chair: Alf Bush
Vice Chair: Andrew Huggins
Finance & General Purpose Committee
V Abbott, B Barker, M Colvey, H Khanna, K Morgan, P Webb.
The Council Chair (Alf Bush) and Vice Chair (Andrew Huggins) are members of all council committees by virtue of their leading council roles.
Clerk to the Parish Council
Office: 01202 624530
Personal mobile – for emergency use only: 07824 829491
The role of Clerk is to ensure that Council business is conducted properly and to provide independent, objective and professional advice and support.