Brixham Town Council supports the national Make A Change campaign by the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) encouraging residents to stand in the local (parish and town) council elections.
The campaign calls on people from all backgrounds and experiences who are passionate about their local area to put themselves forward. Brixham Town Council is urging enthusiastic and engaged members of the community who want to make a long-lasting change, have innovative ideas or have concerns about a specific issue to stand as town councillors for the opportunity to make a real difference.
Becoming a Town Councillor
|Local Government Association||Being an Effective Ward Councillor Workbook|
|National Association of Local Councils||The Good Councillors Guide 2018|
Nomination Papers must be printed off and once complete, hand delivered to Torbay Council’s Returning Officer. The notice of election, which will be published no later than 27th March by the Returning Officer, will specify the times and exact location. Please do not submit your papers before the notice of election is issued.
If you do not have access to a printer, please contact the Town Council to arrange a mutually convenient time to collect a copy.