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Why become a Parish Councillor??

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

You Want To Do Something Positive for                     Your Community


• You Want To Spend Your Time          Productively


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

 

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

 

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk

who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.

Why become a Parish Councillor??

 

As a councillor you can become a voice for your community and affect real change. Councillors are community leaders and represent the aspirations of the public that they serve.

 

Parish, community and neighborhood councillors are the most local part of our democratic system and are closest to the public.

 

 

 

By standing for your parish council you could make a real difference to your local neighborhood.

 

 

 

You should consider becoming a Parish Councilor if:

 

 

 

• You Want To Do Something Positive for Your Community

 


• You Want To Spend Your Time Productively

 


• You Can Think, Listen and Act Locally

 

 Who can be a Councillor?

 

 

 

Initially, you may have little knowledge of Council work but this will come along with training, support and experience.

 

 

 

As a new Councillor you will bring to the Council fresh enthusiasm and new ideas, a care for your community and a willingness to learn.

 

 

 

A candidate for a Parish Council is qualified if, when nominated

 

·         He or She is a British subject or Irish citizen

 

·         Is 18 years of age, and Is either in the list of electors for that Parish or has during the whole of the preceding twelve months:

 

·         Occupied land as owner or tenant in it, or had a principal place of work there, or resided in or within three miles of it.

 

 

 

Disqualifications - you cannot put yourself forward for co-option if you

 

·         are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order

 

·         have, within 5 years before the day of the election, been convicted in the UK of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over 3 months without the option of a fine

 

·         work for the council you want to become a counselor for

 

Preference will be given to those living in Cockernhoe and surrounding Hamlets

 

 

 

If you would like to put your name forward, then please write in the first instance to

 

David Sample - Clerk to the Parish Council   clerk@offleypc.org.uk who will register your interest with the Parish Council at the June Parish Council Meeting.