NOTICE OF CO-OPTION

 

Lanreath Parish Council has vacancies for four Councillors.

To be filled by Co-option.

 The Parish Council will consider filling by co-option four casual vacancies for Councillors at the meeting to be held on 20th July 2021. 

Those who are interested in serving the community and want to become a candidate for co-option should complete the application form, available to download from the Parish Council website:

  https://www.lanreathparishcouncil.co.uk/lanreath-parish-council/ - see below

A paper application form can be obtained from the Parish Clerk.

Applications should be submitted to the Clerk by 5pm on Tuesday 13th July 2021. 

Information on eligibility, the role of the Parish Council and its schedule of meetings may be obtained from the Parish Clerk and from Parish Council website.

 

Date of notice: 16th June 2021

 

Rebecca Warren

Parish Clerk and RFO

 

Applications by mail to: 38 CASTLE STREET, BODMIN, PL31 2DU

or by Email to: clerk2lanreathpc@gmail.com

 


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Parish Councillors

The Parish Council comprises a team of up to ten councillors assisted by the Parish Clerk who work collectively for the benefit of the Parish and all of its residents.

Parish councillors are elected every four years by a ballot of all local residents on the electoral roll for the Parish. If the number of candidates in any given Parish Council election is less than the number of available seats on the Parish council, the election is declared uncontested and the candidates are appointed as councillors without proceeding to a vote. The last election in May 2021 was uncontested with only 6 nominations received. The next Parish Council election is due in May 2025.

Where a vacancy for a Councillor falls between statutory elections the vacancy will be advertised. The vacancy may subsequently be filled by a process of co-option or by a ballot of local residents where ten or more registered electors from the electoral area submit a request for an election in writing to Electoral Services at Cornwall Council. For further details, please click here 

All members of the Parish Council are required to submit a Register of Interests. These may be viewed by following this link to the Cornwall Council website:

https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/community-and-living/communities-and-devolution/community-networks/liskeard-and-looe/liskeard-and-looe-community-network-town-and-parish-councils/lanreath-parish-council/


Chairman

 

Name: Peter Seaman

Email: chairlanreathpc@gmail.com

Telephone: 01503 220726

 



Councillor 

 

Name: Eileen Lee

Email: lanreathpc7@gmail.com

Telephone: TBC

 


Councillor 

 

Name: Danny Pugh

Email: lanreathpc8@gmail.com

Telephone: TBC

 


Councillor 

 

Name: Julie Tamblyn 

Email: lanreathpc4@gmail.com

Telephone: TBC


Councillor  

 

Name: John Williams

Email: lanreathpc2@gmail.com

Telephone: TBC


Councillor 

 

Name: Sue Cave

Email: lanreathpc3@gmail.com

Telephone: TBC



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Parish Clerk

 

The Clerk to the Council plays a key role in ensuring the effective operation of the Council in the discharge of its duties. The Clerk is the Proper Officer of the Council and, as such, is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions required by law of a local Authority's Proper Officer, including the serving or issuing of all statutory notifications. The clerk is employed by the council under section 112 (1) of the Local Government Act 1972, to provide administrative support for the council’s activities.

 

The Clerk is the professional advisor to the Council on matters of policy; advising and assisting the Council on the drafting and review of policies and procedures and providing guidance and information to assist the Council in making effective decisions. The Clerk is responsible for ensuring that the instructions of the Council in connection with its function as a Local Authority are carried out.

 

The Clerk is accountable to the Council for the effective management of all its resources and, as the Responsible Financial Officer, the Clerk is responsible for all financial records of the Council and the careful administration of its finances.

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Lanreath Parish Clerk

 

Name: Rebecca Warren

Email: clerk2lanreathpc@gmail.com

Telephone: 01208 77180


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