The Parish Council

Parish Councillor Vacancies

Due to the recent resignations of Paul Lane and Kath Sanderson, we have 2 vacancies for Parish Councillors. These positions can be filled via co-option which means that members of the community who are eligible to serve on the Council can put themselves forward to be considered and no formal election process is required.

Sapperton and Frampton Mansell Parish Council would welcome applications for these positions and the following overview may help you decide whether this role is something you would enjoy.

What is a Parish Council and why become a Parish Councillor

If you would like to know more about the role please contact the Parish Clerk, Babs Maloney at SappertonFMPC@gmail.com. Click on the link below for more information about who can become a Parish Councillor and the co-option application process.

Eligibility Criteria and Co-Option Application Process

We hope to hear from interested individuals as soon as possible, so that the Parish Council can quickly return to its full capacity of seven members.

Current Councillors 2018

Code of Conduct: 

Each local council must adopt a code of conduct that is in line
with the Nolan principles which apply to the conduct of people in public life.

The code deals with Councillors’ obligations about their conduct including the registration and disclosure of their interests
(see below).

Register of interests

Parish and Town Councillors must complete a register of members’ interest form.  This is a requirement of the code of conduct.

Cotswold District Council holds the register of interests (opens in a new window) for Parish Councillors in this area.  The Register may also be inspected at the Cotswold District Council offices at Trinity Road, Cirencester, during normal office hours.

Financial Information 2016/2017

Annual Governance Statement 2016/2017

Accounting Statements 2016/2017

Internal Auditor’s Report 2016/2017

External Auditor’s Report 2016/2017