Welcome to Whitfield Parish Council Website

This site has been developed to give the residents access to their Council.

We hope to regularly update these pages to communicate what the Council wishes to achieve throughout the year and what progress is being made on any current projects or issues which have been raised.

We will also post local news and information along with links to local clubs and organisations and events in the Parish.

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Poster asking for residents to consider being a councillor

Parish Councillor Vacancies & Elections 2023

May 2023 Elections

Please follow below link to see those duly elected – no election required

Link – Notice of Uncontested Election – Whitfield Parish Councillors

There are 14 seats for Whitfield and there will be 7 Councillors after 4th May. This leaves a further 7 seats that can be filled by co-option.

LINK>>  New Councillors needed

LINK >>  Co-option process

LINK >>  Good Councillors Guide

LINK>>  What Councils do

For co-option all you need to do is send an introductory letter or email of application to the Parish Clerk, which should contain some personal and background information to demonstrate that you have a interest in local matters, along with reasons why you wish to become a councillor and what you think you would contribute to the Parish Council.

No specialist skills are required apart from an interest in Local issues, a desire to contribute to the community and a few spare hours a week.

We are not going to change the world, but we can make a difference to the important day to day issues that add to the community and quality of life in Whitfield

You are also very welcome to come along to a Parish Council Meeting, or to talk to some of our serving Councillors and get a feel for what is involved. We will be pleased to see you.

Whitfield Parish Council continues to be cautious about COVID-19 and other respiratory infections.

  • We ask that people do not attend meetings if they or anyone in their household is unwell or has COVID-19 symptoms, or have tested positive and the recommended self-isolation period is not complete.
  • To maintain respectful social distancing as far as possible from anyone you do not have regular contact with.
  • To maintain good hygiene practices; washing or sanitising hands; keeping surfaces and shared items clean; and to consider wearing masks or visors in crowded and confined areas.