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Another new vacancy on the parish council

September 15th, 2020

Due to the recent resignation of Cllr Michael Bailey, King’s Sutton Parish Council has a second vacancy. Michael has now moved out of the village and is no longer eligible for a seat on the council. He says: “It has been a pleasure to serve King’s Sutton  over the years... I would encourage anyone interested in understanding the past and influencing the future of King’s Sutton to join the Parish Council. The planning commitee gave me a place to voice concerns about developments that would impact our rural community and being on the parish council allowed me to vote and support other coucillors that were pursuing fantastic projects such as the development of the play area.”

Click here to view the parish council’s official notice of vacancy.

Maybe you too could play a part in the future success of the village? Applications are invited from anyone who:

  • Is at least 18 years of age
  • Is a British subject or Irish citizen
  • Is either listed in the electoral roll for the parish or has lived in, worked in or resided within three miles of the parish for at least 12 months
  • Is willing and able to devote some time and effort to serving the local community
  • Possesses skills, expertise or knowledge that would benefit the community

If you’re interested in applying, Why not join the next online meeting on October 1 and see how the parish council works? 

Please call the parish clerk on 01295 816905 (or use the email link below) for more information. 

Click here to contact the parish clerk by email.

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