Tattersett Parish Council
Tattersett Councillors meet every other month at the Green Park Centre, Sculthorpe. There are currently 5 vacancies for Parish Councillors. If you feel you have something to contribute to your Parish Council and live in the Parish of Tattersett, perhaps you would like to consider becoming a Parish Councillor?
Applications should be made in the first instance to Linda Arthur, Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org, giving some detail about yourself and why you are interested in applying.
Tattersett Parish Councillors
Mr Anthony Duckworth-Chad (Chairman)
Mr Daniel Addison (Vice Chairman
Mr Phillip Nice (Councillor)
Mr Richard Pillinger (Councillor)
Ms Trish Hartley-Palmer (Councillor)
Mr Mark White (Councillor)
Ms Lucy Garrett (Councillor)
Ms Sharon McKendrick (Councillor)
The Role of a Councillor
A councillor is a member of the council and is normally elected for a term of four years. People of any political or religious persuasion are eligible to become a councillor, although their personal views should not extend into their parish council work. A councillor is an unpaid voluntary role.
They are elected to represent the interests of the local community as a whole and promote a harmonious local environment. The number of elected councillors depends on the size of the area. In Tattersett we are able to have 11 councillors.
Local councils are the first tier of governance and are the first point of contact for anyone concerned with a community issue. They are democratically elected local authorities and exist in England, Wales and Scotland. The term ‘local council’ is synonymous with ‘parish council’, ‘town council’ and ‘community council’.