Kents Hill & Monkston Parish Council would like to know how you feel about the area you live in and how we can work towards making it a better place.
By completing this survey, it will give us a better understanding on what is important to you as a resident and will help us to plan for future projects and improvements.
To access the survey, click onto the LINK
If you would like a paper copy please Text/telephone 07946 512523 and leave your details and we will ensure the survey is delivered to your home.
By completing the survey you will be entered into the prize draw with a chance of winning £150 CMK voucher or a £40 voucher for a meal at Giraffe restaurant Kingston.
Deadline for responses is WEDNESDAY 31 AUGUST 2016, winners drawn on 12/09/16.
Our latest newsletter is due to be delivered w/c 13/06/16 and can be found by clicking on the LINK.
We currently have 3 vacancies within our Ward, would you like to represent your community and make a difference then get in contact with the parish Clerk?
Electors who are over 18 years of age and reside or work (and have done so for a minimum of 12 months) within the locality, or within a three-
Elections take place every four years. The conduct of elections is governed by a statutory procedure. Elections are advertised in advance, according to a strict timetable. Candidates have to be proposed and seconded by electors of the parish. Full details can be supplied by the Clerk, on request.
At other times, the most common process of becoming a councillor starts when an existing member resigns and a casual vacancy is created. Again there is a statutory process whereby the vacancy is advertised for a fixed period of time and, unless ten electors have requested a poll, the vacancy is filled by co-
If you are interested in becoming a councillor a good first step is to come along to some Parish Council meetings to see what goes on, make yourself known, and when there’s a vacancy you may be asked to fill it. If lots of people are keen we may even need to have an election!
For further detail, visit the National Association of Local Council website: www.nalc.gov.uk
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