DENTON

PARISH

COUNCIL

​​​NETHER

Our Parish council is responsible for decisions that affect just over 400 residents within the Parish of Nether Denton. In addition to its representative powers, it manages and maintains the Taylor Institute Hall in Low Row, deals with many issues arising locally, assists with community projects and liaises with both Carlisle and Cumbria County Council on behalf of local people. 

DOCUMENTS

Find out how our community is supported by the Parish Council

Members of the community working for​ the community...

Chair: Mr D G Richardson

Vice-Chair: Mr D J Richardson

Clerk: Mr F Nugent


COUNCILLORS:

​Mr P J Haddon​

Mr C Dodd

Mrs J Jefferson

Mr D Spencer

Miss N Seggie


All councillors can be contacted via the contact page. Contacts via this route are directed to the clerk, who will forward to the appropriate person


​Click the button below to download the Parish profile from cumbriaaction.org 


A parish council is a civil local authority found in England and is the lowest, or first, tier of local government. They are elected corporate bodies, have variable tax raising powers, and are responsible for areas known as civil parishes, serving in total 16 million people.

 

WIKIPEDIA 

our COUNCILLORS

THE ROLE OF THE PARISH COUNCIL

PARISH HISTORY

Visit the Nether Denton History Group page (coming soon)

Archived meeting minutes, and other relevant documentation

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