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Welcome to Longwick-cum-Ilmer Parish Council’s Website, we hope that you find this a useful and informative source of information about the Parish.


Parish Council meetings usually take place on the third Tuesday of the month, except August. The first ten minutes are available for the public to express their view or ask a question on relevant matters on the agenda and they are welcome to stay and observe the rest of the meeting.

16 March 2021

Full Parish Council Meeting

Zoom Tuesday 7:30 pm View Details
Emergency notice
Gym Equipment and MUGA Closed
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Latest Parish News

Competition - Well done to all the Children who entered

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February 2021
Competition Pictures

Well done to all the children who entered our Competition to draw / design a Poster on Reducing Speeding in the Village and Hamlets. We were overwhelmed with all the entries, they were fantastic. Winners have been contacted and all children who entered received a prize.

MAKE A CHANGE BECOME A COUNCILLOR

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February 2021
Calling All Community Heroes

MAKE A CHANGE BECOME A COUNCILLOR

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is calling on all community heroes to step up and become a local (parish and town) Councillor at the 2021 elections.

What do Councillors do?

Local Councillors are the champions of their community who invest time in local projects and issues to the benefit of residents and theneighborhood. Councillors attend to local needs of residents, local groups and businesses, make decisions onlocal services, collaborate with district and borough councils to adhere to localneeds, and progress vital projects to invest in the future of the community.

What do councils do?

Councils lead on community services such as allotments, footpaths, public seating and litter bins, but also larger projects such as the running of local transport,leisure services, youth services and climate change initiatives. These activities arefunded by a local tax, called a precept which is determined by the council.

How long does it take?

NALC's Local Councillor Census Survey found that councillors put aside, on average, three hours a week for council work. Council work often includesattending meetings, engaging with residents and speaking to local groups andbodies on behalf of the council.

Can I stand for election?

You must be:

• A British citizen, or a citizen of the Commonwealth, or the European Union

• 18 years of age or older

For further information contact clerk@longwickcumilmer.org.uk

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