Welcome to Kingsmead Parish Council
Local councils are at the very heart of their communities giving neighbourhoods a voice and making people more involved in the decisions that affect them. Over 15 million people (35% of the population) live in the communities served by local councils.
Kingsmead Parish Council was founded in 2011 following a boundary review and encompasses Kingsmead village, Royal Gardens, areas of London Road and Hill Top Farm Estate on the A556.
Kingsmead Parish Council is committed to maintaining the Parish to a high standard and therefore creating an environment which the community can enjoy and feel proud of.
The Smaller Authorities Transparency Code came into force on 1 April 2015 and requires the online publication of certain information which the Government requests, to provide taxpayers with a clear picture of the authority’s activities, spending, and governance to improve the ability of communities to hold local public bodies to account. This includes any information on joint committees. All smaller authorities must make sure they are compliant. A smaller authority is defined as having a turnover of less that £25,000. Kingsmead Parish Council has a turnover well in excess of this amount however it is considered good practice to adopt the code. It was unanimously agreed, at the Parish Council Meeting held 16th April 2018, to adopt the Smaller Authorities Transparency Code. Click here to view.
The council is made up of 10 elected councillors (volunteers) and a Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer (paid part time officer)
On 21st May 2018 Cllr Spencer Jewitt was unanimously co-opted to Kingsmead Parish Council.
There are no current vacancies.
Parish Clerk: Jo O’Donoghue
231 Hartford Road
Cheshire CW9 8JT
Tel: 01606 41862 E-mail: email@example.com