NEW BPC !
Following recent local elections Bishopsteignton Parish Council is made up of the following members, duly elected by the nomination process and an uncontested election.
As you can see only 8 of the eleven available seats have been filled and therefore 3 vacancies remain.
Bishopsteignton Parish Council is encouraging residents who are passionate about their community and want to make a difference to the quality of life within it. Candidates are welcomed regardless of race, culture, ability, ethnicity or gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, marital status, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic status; BPC is committed to the inclusion and recognition of all.
Being a councillor does require commitment and some hard work, but it can also be very rewarding. To help you decide whether you are a potential, suitable candidate to carry out this role, why not read the 2018/19 Chairmans Report which should give you a flavour of the matters dealt with during the last year. Or, contact the clerk or a current serving member to find out what is involved in the role.
Have what it takes? Why not apply to be co-opted?…
You could be co-opted to fill one of the vacancies on Bishopsteignton Parish Council by completing the co-option form included in the Co-option Policy and return to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 27th May. The Co-option process will take place at the full council meeting to be held 3rd June 2019, 7.30pm in the Community Centre, Shute Hill.
Feel free to contact the parish clerk for more information.
District Councillor for Bishopsteignton
Congratulation to Andrew MacGregor for his recent election as District Councillor for Bishopsteignton Ward.
Andrew’s contact details will be available soon.