Wolvey Parish Council

WORKING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Wolvey Parish Council - Vacancy

Wolvey Parish Council is looking for two new parish councillors. A  local council is the best chance of having a local voice and to express a local view to those who have influence over your local community. 

You could help keep Wolvey a vibrant, good place to live by becoming a parish councillor.

You could be in at the ‘grassroots’ level of Local Government and be involved in making things happen or getting things sorted.

You could get local views about local issues brought to the attention of the powers that be.

You only need to be able to give up one evening a month to attend parish council meetings, and in return you will receive the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping your local community.

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age and a British subject or a citizen of the Commonwealth or European Union, be a local government elector and must satisfy at least one of the following:

  • be a local government elector for the parish of Wolvey;
  • have, during the whole of the previous 12 months, occupied land or other property in the parish, either as owner or tenant;
  • have, during the whole of the previous 12 months, had your principal or only place of work in the parish;
  • have resided in the parish during the whole of the previous 12 months.

The parish council normally meets on the third Monday of the month at 7.30pm. New councillors will hold office until the next local elections in 2022.

Interested? Contact our Clerk: Jackie Essex,19 Spring Road, Barnacle CV7 9LG  Tel: 024 7661 1112 E-mail: clerk@wolveyparishcouncil.uk; website: www.wolveyparishcouncil.uk

Closing date for applications – Thursday 30 June 2022

Replacement Street Lights

The parish council has recently completed its programme of replacing all the old- style lanterns in all of its street lights with new greener energy efficient LED lanterns. The old-style lanterns are now obsolete and it would have been very difficult to source replacement parts.

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Wolvey Wetland

Currently, the wetland remains closed to the public on health and safety grounds. This is because several of the boards along the boardwalk which runs through the wetland have failed and could be dangerous if walked on.