All About Local Councils

A Parish Council has formed the ‘grass roots’ tier of civil govenment since 1894.  It acts as the voice of it’s local community, passing parishoners’ opinions and views onto higher levels of government and other bodies.  Its powers are defined and granted by acts of Parliament.

For more information on the powers and duties of the parish council as defined by the National Asscoiation of Local Councils open this AALC booklet

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