Haydon Wick Parish Council comprises 18 councillors across two wards; ‘all out’ elections are held every four years. The next full elections will be held in May 2023.
Following a vacancy in October 2020 there followed a procedure which resulted in that vacancy going to an election.
The Elections Team at Swindon Borough Council have confirmed that there will be a by-election for the Haydon End parish councillor vacancy. There will be a By-Election on the 6th May 2021, there is also an election for Ward Borough Councillors and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire.
Are you interested in becoming a Parish Councillor?
Perhaps you have been volunteering with us and observing, but you are now ready to take a seat? Or perhaps you are looking to learn something new, whilst making the area a better place for yourself and your neighbours?
What does a Parish Councillor do?
They are active and caring members of their community and they are the link between the Parish Council and the Electorates, which makes receiving information easily accessible to the whole community. Click on the National Association of Local Council video further down this page to see how you could #makeachange.
How much time will be needed?
As a minimum and depending which Committee you sit on, you could be required to attend a meeting for a couple of hours on a Tuesday evening and the Full Council meeting once every month.
There may be additional hours that you put yourself forward for projects that you will help the Officers deliver.
- Engaging further with your Community and being the voice to make a change
- Further training available across each of the Council’s main functions
- Elected councillors have the option to receive an allowance currently in the region of £80 per month before tax deductions
What’s the deadline for nominations?
The deadline for returning a completed nomination pack to Swindon Borough Council’s Elections Team is 4.00pm on Thursday, 8 April 2021.The pack must be submitted in person to The Elections Office.