🔔 Reminder: the closing date for the latest applications to become a Parish Councillor is 21st September 2023

Being a Parish Councillor is a voluntary, unpaid role. . We meet twice a month, on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month, and come together as a group to discuss, plan, and try to implement projects that will benefit the village as a whole. With eleven councillors we aim to represent the broadest cross section of the people of this village. In addition, we use our meetings and occasional surveys to gather and receive feedback to help steer us in the right direction.

There is currently a vacancy which will be filled by co-option at the Parish Council meeting, on Wednesday 27th September, so if you’d like to get involved, time is running out to send in your application.

🔔 The deadline is 21st September 2023 🔔

You can read the official notification of this vacancy here on our website, where you can also read more about the council and other councillors.

To qualify as a Councillor, candidates should be at least 18 years of age and have resided or worked within Lytchett Matravers, or within 3 miles of it, for at least 1 year prior to the date of appointment.   If you would like more information, the Parish Clerk or any of the present councillors would be happy to advise on the roles and responsibilities of Parish Council members.

Address for enquiries and applications:

The official notice can be seen below (as an embedded PDF), or downloaded here as a Word document or as a PDF.

Reminder: Vacancy for a Parish Councillor – Closing date 21st September
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