Following the close of the nomination period for the forthcoming Parish Council elections on 3rd April, the number of valid nominations received for Curry Rivel Parish Council was less than the number of vacancies to be filled but sufficient that the Parish Council will be quorate and able to conduct Council business. You can see the number of Councillors nominated for your parish at this link:
The new councillors elected will come into office on 7th May 2019 and there will be an item on the Agenda for your Council's Annual Meeting to consider filling the remaining vacancies by co-option.
Any member of the community interested in being co opted to the Parish Council should make contact by e mail to either
the Clerk to the Curry Rivel Parish Council email@example.com
the Chair of the Curry Rivel Parish Council Chairman.CurryRivelParishCouncil@outlook.com
Elections for the posts of District Council will still take place on 2 May and votes can be cast at the Village Hall Curry Rivel.
Polling stations are open from 7 am until 10 pm. Don't forget your voting cards .
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