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Cosgrove Parish Council vacancy

By David A Smith Cosgrove Village

Sunday, 19 November 2023

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Chair Cosgrove Parish Council

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Parish Councillor vacancy

A vacancy for a Parish Councillor on Cosgrove Parish Council is still open to a member of the community who feels they can input to the decision making for the village.
Councillor elections are scheduled for May 2025, so the successful candidate will have almost eighteen months to get into the role. If you want to make a difference, come along to meetings where you can view the discussions, raise any points of concern during the agenda item, 'Public Session' and when ready, make the Chair and Clerk aware of your interest.

The Parish Council meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm, in the Village Hall, and members of the public are welcome to attend and observe the proceedings.

What does the Parish Council do?

The parish council is a democratically elected body serving the Parish of Cosgrove. Its purpose is to protect and promote the interests of parishioners and to provide local services. A copy of the Parish Council meeting agenda and minutes can be found on the bus shelter notice board as well as on the Parish Council page of the village website.
A summary report of the previous month's Parish Council meeting is written by the assistant clerk and can be read in the Old Mail magazine.

Alternatively view previous minutes by selecting from the dropdown menu under Parish Council.

Anyone interested in taking up the vacant roll of Parish Councillor, is invited to attend Parish Council meetings, where you can introduce yourself and decide if you wish to volunteer for the important role.

Contact Information

David A Smith, Chair, Cosgrove Parish Council

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Cosgrove, Cosgrove, Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire, MK19 7J

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Additional Information

Although Cosgrove has a Milton Keynes postal address, it is located in the county of Northamptonshire.