Two vacancies have arisen in the office of Parish Councillor for the Lingdale & Stanghow Ward of Lockwood Parish Council.
The official period in which electors can request an election be held to fill the vacancies is open until 24th July 2020.
Please click here to view the official notice of the first casual vacancy.
Please click here to view the official notice of the second casual vacancy.
The elections are taking place on the 2nd May 2019. The Local Authority and Parish elections both taking place on the same day.
If you are considering standing for election for Lockwood Parish Council, election nomination papers are available to download from Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s website and the electoral commissions website. Please use the links provided below. If you are unable to do this, please contact the Parish Council office, giving plenty of notice, and a nomination pack can be printed for you and can be collected from the Parish Council office at Lingdale Village Hall, Meadow Dale Court, Lingdale TS12 3HF or from the Elections team at Redcar & Cleveland Community Heart in Redcar.
Parish & Town Council Elections 2019
Are you passionate about the area you live in and have ideas for ways to improve it? Do you want to make a difference? Do you have good communication skills, the ability to listen to the views of other members of your community and the desire to represent those views effectively in Parish Council meetings? Do you have a skill which would be an asset to the Parish Council? If you can answer yes to these questions then don’t leave it to someone else. If you believe you could make a difference to your area then you should put yourself forward. Contested elections are good for democracy and democratically elected and accountable councillors will help to build a stronger council that can move forward with the backing of the electorate. The local elections on 2nd May are the perfect opportunity for you to get involved in shaping the future of your local community.
The general election will take place on Thursday 2 May 2019. To vote in an election you must be on the electoral register. You can register online or by post.
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You need to register before you can vote in UK elections, including the general election that will take place on Thursday 2 May 2019. We would strongly encourage everyone to register as soon as possible. The different ways you can register to vote are listed below.