Aldcliffe with Stodday Parish Council


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Council Vacancy – Resignation of Cllr Chris Norman

The Parish Council currently has a vacancy following the recent resignation of founding Councillor Chris Norman

The Council is following the statutory procedure requiring that a public notice of the vacancy is published on noticeboards and on the website for a period of 14 working days.  This process provides parishioners with the right to request an election.  If, following the 14 days’ notice period, an election has not been requested, the Council will then seek to fill the vacancy by co-option.

View the Notice of Casual Vacancy

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2020/21

Parish Council Meetings

Parish Council meetings have now returned to being held in person at The Quaker Meeting House.  As always, members of the public are very welcome to attend Parish Council meetings, subject to limitations and conditions in place at the venue.

Covid-19 Emergency

Standing advice

View the Government’s Advice

View advice on the City Council’s website

During the COVID-19 outbreak, all parishioners are urged to follow the official guidance issued by the Government and the additional local information and guidance provided by the City Council

Your parish councillors realise that in the coming weeks there may be some parishioners who may need help should family or friends supporting them also find themselves quarantined.

All households have now received a flyer from the Parish Council providing contact details of Councillors, who will aim to provide advice and support where possible.

If you find yourself in need of support or advice, please email the Parish Clerk who will provide contact details for your parish councillors.

Latest updates

List of local businesses currently delivering supplies

Community support providers

Government Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp

MOT arrangements in the Covid-19 emergency