About Parbold Parish Council
Parish or Town Councils are an important tier of Government within the UK; a Parish/Town Council is the smallest and most localised tier of local government in the UK and is a properly constituted local authority.
The powers and duties, and the manner in which a Parish Council operates, are laid out in local government statute and regulations; Parish Councils operate at a level below national government and also below district and borough councils. Parish & Town Councils are elected and can help on a number of local issues, like planning applications or running local sports grounds and community halls.
This site enables you to catch up on how your Parish Council is serving you. These pages include all the minutes of Parish Council Meetings and other important documents and information.
If there is anything that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you, then please contact the Parish Council.