The Snarestone Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Snarestone a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search engine or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
Our meetings are held in St Bartholomew's Church at 7.30 pm. (dates are published on the village notice board and on the village website)
All parish residents are welcome and encouraged to attend and contribute.
Our purpose in being, is to be your representative body in matters that impact you, the village and the parish. We want to promote positive activities and projects that benefit the village or parish in general. Should you have an idea or suggestion for a project and require support (time, talent or financial) contact one of the council members or come along to one of our meetings. We we will review any suggestions and determine if we should, and can, help. Whilst we are a small Parish/Village with very definite finite resource,s our goals are only limited by the amount of commitment and determination we can marshal as a community.
Let us work together for the benefit of Snarestone and all who live here.
Vacancy on the Parish Council! Being a Councillor
Snarestone Parish Council needs a new team member; if you think you would like to take the wishes of the Parish Plan forward and are over 18 years of age contact the Clerk on 07519 835941 or email email@example.com
What is a councillor?
Councillors are elected to represent an individual geographical unit on the council, known as a ward or - parish – in Snarestone it is the entire parish. They are generally elected by the public every four years, but there is a Co-option space available on the Parish Council at the moment as Councillor Archer has given their resignation to the Parish Council. More »
What do councillors do?
Councillors have three main components to their work.
1. Decision making - Through meetings and attending committees with other elected members, councillors decide which activities to support, where money should be spent, what services should be delivered and what policies should be implemented.
2. Monitoring - Councillors make sure that their decisions lead to efficient and effective services by keeping an eye on how well things are working.
3. Getting involved locally - As local representatives, councillors have responsibilities towards their constituents and local organisations. These responsibilities and duties often depend on what the councillor wants to achieve and how much time is available, and may include:
• Going to meetings of local organisations • Going to meetings of bodies affecting the wider community • Taking up issues on behalf of members of the public
How much time does it take up?
Quite often councillors say that their duties occupy them for about an hour a week. Obviously there are some councillors who spend more time than this - and some less, but in the main, being a parish councillor is an enjoyable way of contributing to your community, and helping to make it a better place to live and work.
As a councillor representing your community you will help keep it a great place to live and work. You will be supported in your role and will be expected to undertake training. You should be comfortable working electronically. You should have a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to work as part of a team. If after reading this notice you are interested in applying please contact the clerk to the council using the above details.
The closing date for applications is the 29th May 2022 » Less
Posted: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 22:19 by Anna Makin
Following a recent resignation the council has a vacancy for a councillor.
Posted: Thu, 24 Feb 2022 22:42 by Anna Makin
The Parish Council meeting that was due to take place on the 19th January has unfortunately been cancelled. The next meeting is scheduled for 31st January 2022.
Posted: Wed, 19 Jan 2022 11:57 by Anna Makin