Vacancies on Parish Council

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If you would like to join us please send email to our parish clerk at j.richard597@btinternet.com. The closing date is 4th March 2024. There will be a Parish Council meeting on 11th March, which applicants will be invited to attend.


The formal version of this notice …

Notice of Vacancies for Councillors

There are two vacancies on West Wratting Parish Council caused by the resignations of Councillor Keith Roberts and Councillor Matthew Williams-Gray.

  1. A by-election will be held to fill the vacancy if by 22nd February ten electors for the West Wratting Parish give notice in writing to the Returning
    Officer claiming such an election.
  2. The address of the Returning Officer is:
    The Returning Officer
    South Cambridgeshire District Council
    Cambourne Business Park
    Cambourne
    CB3 6EA
  3. If no such notice is given, the West Wratting Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option. Anyone who would like to put their name forward to be considered for co-option please email, write or phone the Parish Clerk. The closing date is 4th March (35 days from the date given below). If there are no applications the vacancy will be advertised again for a further 35 days.

Dated: 1st February 2024
Parish Clerk: Jennifer Richards
West Lodge,
88 High Street, Balsham,
CB21 4EP;
Tel: 01223 665260
email: j.richard597@btinternet.com


This notice will be published in the March edition of Challenge magazine, on village notice boards, the website, Facebook group, and on posters at key village locations. If you would like to find out more about what’s involved in being a councilor ask one of our existing councilors. I’ll soon add some webpages that describe the role of parish councilors.


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