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Update on Councillor Vacancies

The Council have got off to a bit of a slow start.  Following the sad passing of Cllr Jean Hodgetts in June, we have been working hard to co-opt our potential new councillors.  The good news is that we have four excellent candidates who will be recommended for co-option at

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Small Grants Scheme

The Parish Council are trialing a small grants scheme this year.  The grants are available to eligible organisations and community groups working with residents in the Werrington area.  Our grants policy, detailing the necessary criteria, is available on the Information page of the website.  Anyone interested in applying for a

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Councillor Vacancy

In addition to the current vacancies, following the sad loss of Cllr Jean Hodgetts, the Parish Council now has a further vacancy for the Windmill Ward.  Please see the link below for the formal notice of the vacancy, and the necessary requirements to call a by-election, should this be wanted.

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July Meeting Cancelled

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, the July meeting of the Parish Council has had to be cancelled.  The time and date of the next meeting will be posted on the website once this has been rescheduled.

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New Councillors Needed

The Parish Council currently have 8 vacant seats and are looking to co-opt new members.  If you are interested in becoming a Councillor and making a difference to your local community, please contact the Clerk for eligibility criteria and an application form.

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Response from Chief Inspector Mark Thorley

The Parish Council recently wrote to Chief Inspector Mark Thorley regarding the issues of antisocial behaviour and vandalism in Werrington.  He was invited to meet with residents to discuss the matters and explain the Police’s response. We have received the following response. Cllr Griffiths, I acknowledge receipt of your letter

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