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Would you like to get more involved with Bingley Town Council? There is currently a vacancy for a councillor for the Bingley Central and Myrtle Park Ward and Bingley Town Council will be looking to fill the vacancy by co-option.read more
Bingley Town Council election results are now available.read more
The next monthly market is on Saturday 4th May. Come and enjoy fresh produce and local entertainment.read more
Please see information about the local elections on the 2nd May 2019read more
The Bingley Monthly Market is back! With our next monthly market taking place on April 6th from 9.00am – 1.00pmread more
All seats on Bingley Town Council are up for re-election on the 2nd May as the initial three-year term of the Council comes to an end.
Do you care about where you live? Are you passionate about your community? If so, you could make a great local councillor.
Please see the Notice of Election.
The Town Council’s Winter 2019 newsletter is now available to download. Please click on the title above to access it.read more
Here is your regular news update from Bingley Town Council, which this month includes information about this year’s planned markets, a new Crimestoppers initiative and how to stand as a candidate for election to the Town Council.read more
Bingley Town Council would like to invite you to attend the Annual Town Meeting on Thursday 7th March 2019 at 6.30pm. The Town Meeting is convened by the Town Council and is a meeting of local electors. It provides an opportunity to celebrate local activities and raise matters for concern within Bingley Parish.read more
Local (town and parish) councils are led by democratically elected councillors from the local community. Local councillors decide on what services and projects the council will deliver. As representatives of the first tier of local government and the closest to their communities, local councillors are best placed to engage with their residents and find out what the real local issues are and how to overcome them.
Local councils are encouraging residents who are passionate about their community to stand for election. Local councils welcome and are committed to the inclusion and recognition of all regardless of race, culture, ability, ethnicity or gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, marital status, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic status.
There are currently 120,000 councillors serving on the 10,000 local councils in England.
Do you, or someone you know, have what it takes to be a local councillor? Read on for more informationread more
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