Churchill Parish Council consists of the villages of Churchill and Langford. There are 13 Parish Councillors, either elected on a four-yearly basis or co-opted when a vacancy occurs and take no financial compensation.
Councillors keep the welfare of the Parish and the parishioners at the heart of all that they do. They also use the money that's raised from your Council Tax wisely for the benefit of the parishioners.
The councillors are there for you. They can help if you are dissatisfied with a Council service by advising or directing you to someone who can help sort out a problem for you. They are the champions for local issues.
Councillors can be contacted at any reasonable time. If you wish to speak to any councillor they are also available from 7.10-7.30pm before the Parish Council meetings. There is also a time in each meeting when parishioners can ask questions. The Parish Council meets once a month in the Community Club, Ladymead Lane, BS25 5NH. Details about meetings can be found on Parish noticeboards or on the news page of this website.
Declarations of Interest
Councillors are required to make a declaration of interest about any disclosable pecuniary interest they have which could potentially interfere with council business.
Below you can see councillor contact details and their roles within the Council and as representatives to external organisations.
Guidance on how to stand to be a local councillor can be found on the electoral commission website
To stand for any registered political party, you would need to go through the party first as the party has to certify you to the electoral office.