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parish council

(in England and, formerly, Wales) the administrative body of a parish
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Her parents Tom and Joyce Horne were both well-known local Conservative parish councillors for the area.
The truth is it's very dif-dif ficult to get people to be parish councillors.
Former Otterburn parish councillor John Hartshorne with Val Corbett in Otterburn
As a parish councillor and a father of two young children who are always asleep in bed by 7pm, I contacted Chorley Council for clarification on chime times.
According to fellow parish councillor Craig Blakey, : 'This would come through two of the fields we look after as part of the Wildlife habitat Protection Trust.
Parish councillors in Bedlington have drawn up plans to turn the gap site in Station Street - formerly Matty Robinson's Old Curiosity Shop - into a landscaped green space.
AS a parish councillor for Lepton I would like to express the thanks, on behalf of the village, to Carl and Donna Brayshaw of the Sun Pub on Highgate Lane.
I HAD to laugh at the 'Facebook row' mentioned in e Red Button (Telegraph, July 4) regarding Councillor Rachel Lancaster and Parish Councillor Allan Owen.
John Gray, parish councillor for North Gosforth, said: "The residents are upset.
Parish councillor John Bernard said: "It's wonderful that we can help to protect and enhance this beautiful landscape and its wildlife.
THANKS have been given to a parish councillor who has stood down after years of serving his community.