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Meet The Council

A councillor’s normal term of office is four years. The next election will be held in May 2021.¬† Any person aged over 18 years who are a citizen of the UK, the EU or the Commonwealth can be a councillor if they are an elector in, work in, live in or live within three miles of the area of the local council, unless they are disqualified.

A councillor is the holder of public office, not a volunteer.

A councillor’s main responsibilities are to:

  • raise matters that the council can consider and formally decide to take action about at meetings
  • attend council meetings
  • make informed contributions which influence the debate on the business that needs to be decided at those meetings
  • participate in the council’s decision-making process, which in itself is subject to strict rules
  • represent his council externally

To contact a Councillor:

  • Send a letter to the Council Office
  • Email the Councillor direct (see councillors information below)
  • Email the Parish Clerk clerk@hughendenpc.org.uk
  • or telephone the clerk at the number below and ask for a call back from your councillor.

If you wish to find out about being a councillor, please contact the Clerk on 01494 715296 or email clerk@hughendenpc.org.uk

By clicking on a councillors photo/name you will be able to view their contact information and Disclosable Interests.

Great Kingshill Ward and two vacancies

Naphill and Walter's Ash Ward and two vacancies