Do You Fancy Becoming a Marazion Town Councillor?
Marazion Town Council is looking for one new prospective candidate to become a town councillor and if you think you have the skills and mindset to be part of the a community spirited, progressive and forward thinking town council and are over 18 years of age contact then please contact the Town Clerk on 01736 710234 (please note that any voicemail messages left may not be responded to for a few days due to homeworking) or preferably e-mail the Town Clerk at email@example.com for more information and an application.
Councillors are elected to represent an individual geographical unit on the council, known as a ward or – parish – in Marazion it is the entire parish (town). Councillors are generally elected by the public every four years, but there are three Co-option spaces available on the Town Council now as Councillor Vincent gave his resignation to the Town Council in November 2020 and Cllrs Trudgen and Britten have stepped down at the recent election 2021.
Councillors have three main components to their work.
- Decision making – Through meetings and attending committees with other elected members, councillors decide which activities to support, where money should be spent, what services should be delivered and what policies should be implemented.
- Monitoring – Councillors make sure that their decisions lead to efficient and effective services by keeping an eye on how well things are working.
- Getting involved locally – As local representatives, councillors have responsibilities towards their constituents and local organisations. These responsibilities and duties often depend on what the councillor wants to achieve and how much time is available.
How to Apply
If after reading this notice and you are interested in applying, please contact the Town Clerk to the council using the above details or complete and return the application. The closing date for applications is by noon, Wednesday 4th August 2021.
Email your interest or questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org