What do Parish Councils do?

Parish councils seek to represent the interests of their people to provide, maintain and improve community facilities and resources. Some typical areas of work that could involve a parish council are;

  •  Street lighting
  •  Public rights of way
  •  Litter bins and dog fouling
  •  Bus shelters
  •  Public toilets
  •  Village greens, playing fields and other such spaces
  •  Buildings for public meetings
  •  Facilities for sports, recreation and social events
  •  Local planning applications
  •  Public entertainment
  •  Community energy pay back schemes
  •  Traffic schemes to address congestion, parking, speeding etc


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