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Slindon Parish Council

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Slindon Parish Council was formed in 1894 and comprises nine Councillors, which are newly elected every four years. The Council meets monthly, except for August, on the second Monday in the evening at 7pm. An Annual Parish Meeting is also organised and generally held in either March or April. This is always well-attended, with the National Trust, our County and District Councillors and representatives from the community organisations based in the village taking part. All meetings are open to the public.

The Parish Council raises a modest sum by way of a Parish precept (a small element of Council Tax) with which it maintains some public facilities such as street lighting, children’s playgrounds, sports fields, notice boards and other facilities. It liaises at County and District levels to represent the interests of Slindon and with the South Downs National Park Authority on planning matters.

 

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