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19/06/2015 - Vacancy for Parish Councillor
Can you make a difference to your local community?
Have you ever thought about becoming a Parish Councillor?
Lindfield Rural Parish Council has a vacancy for a new member to be co-opted to the Council.
Councillors represent the interests of the whole community and Government is more than ever looking to local communities and local councils to respond to very local needs and priorities. LRPC is looking for energetic, proactive and practical people with ideas and the determination to see them through. Also important is the ability to communicate effectively with people of all types and to work as part of a team with other Councillors.
As a Councillor you will be influential in local projects and plans, and take responsibility for decisions made that will have a real impact on the future of the community.
Councillors must be over 18 and be a British National or a qualifying citizen of the Commonwealth or the European Community. They must also live or work or own land within the Parish. Please note that this is an unpaid voluntary position.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Council, please submit a one-sided A4 CV outlining what skills and knowledge you can offer. This should be sent to Di Morgan, Clerk to the Council, Lindfield Rural Parish Council, Millennium Village Centre, Lewes Road, Scaynes Hill, West Sussex, RH17 7PG.
Applications must be received by 25 June 2015