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Chilton Parish Council
Notice of Vacancy in the Office of Parish Councillor
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the resignation of Jon Lewis a Casual Vacancy has occurred in the office of councillor for the above named Parish.
The vacancy will be filled by election if, within 14 days of the date of this notice, any ten local government electors for the said Parish submit a written request to the Returning Officer, VWHDC, 135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Milton, OX14 4SB.
In computing the fourteen days, a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday or a bank holiday, or a day appointed for public thanksgiving or mourning shall be disregarded.
If no written request for an election is received by the Returning Officer within the time specified, the vacancy will be filled by co-option by the Parish Council.
Dated this 12th day of July 2021
M E Morris
Clerk to the Parish Council
The latest Chronicle can be found in the Library under Chronicle.
Chilton Parish Council
Covid -19 guidance for using the play areas and gym equipment.
STAY SAFE GIVE SPACE
Follow social distancing guidelines and stay 2 metres apart at all times
If the play area /gym equipment is busy limit your time or come back another time.
The Parish Council wishes to remind users that use of all of equipment is done at their own risk.
The Notice of the unaudited accounts for 2020/21 can be found in Library, Finance , Notice of Public Rights 2021
Also in Library you will find details of Parish Council meetings including agendas and official minutes.
What do Parish Councillors do?
Parish Councillors have a dual role:-
•They represent the views and concerns of the residents of the Parish to the Parish Council itself and, through it, to the District and County
•They report back to residents on issues affecting the Parish
Reports from our County and District Councillors can be found under Library/ County-District-Reports.
Chilton Neighbourhood Plan
A Neighbourhood Development Plan forms part of the formal planning process. Once in place it provides for the community to have more say in the future development of their locality. It also facilitates more money from local developments to be directed to those priorities and projects as defined by resident. Without a Neighbourhood Plan none of these advantages for the community will materialise.
Further details can be found on The Neighbourhood Plan Page