Photo of Thornley Village Centre with flowerbed

Could you make a difference in Thornley?

If you’re passionate about your local community and would like to work with others to improve quality of life in your village, find out more by contacting the Parish Clerk.

Thornley Parish Council provides various services in the village, such as the Cemetery, grounds maintenance, a number of allotments and Thornley Village Centre which offers a wide range of activities and facilities, always looking to secure the best value and make sure the Council services are well run to best suit the needs of our local community. Councillors meet every other month to represent local people, are here for the community and want to make a real difference.

Not everyone knows what a parish council looks like and how it works – and it might be different to what you think. Why not get in touch to talk about it?

The Parish Council has two vacancies and invites you to contact the Parish Clerk, Claire Llewelyn, for further details. You’ll be asked to provide a brief statement about yourself which should be provided by Wednesday 19 June 2024.

Photo of flower bed in front of Thornley Village Centre

Have you ever thought about becoming a Parish Councillor?

If you’re passionate about your local community and would like to work with others to improve quality of life in your village, find out more by contacting the Parish Clerk.

Thornley Parish Council provides various services in the village, such as the Cemetery, grounds maintenance, a number of allotments and Thornley Village Centre which offers a wide range of activities and facilities, always looking to secure the best value and make sure the Council services are well run to best suit the needs of our local community. Councillors meet every other month to represent local people, are here for the community and want to make a difference.

Not everyone knows what a parish council looks like and how it works – and it might be different to what you think. Why not get in touch to talk about it?

The Parish Council has two vacancies and invites you to contact the Parish Clerk, Claire Llewelyn, for further details. Please express your interest by Friday 19 April 2024.

Photo of Thornley pit wheel with the Village Centre in the background

Thornley Parish Council seeks new Councillors

Have you ever thought about becoming a Parish Councillor? Are you passionate about your local community and would like to help make sure things run smoothly and improve quality of life in your village? It’s easy to find out more by contacting the Parish Clerk.

Thornley Parish Council provides various services in the village, such as the Cemetery, grounds maintenance, a number of allotments and Thornley Village Centre which provides a wide range of activities and facilities, always looking to secure the best value and make sure the Council services are well run to best suit the needs of our local community. Councillors meet every other month to represent local people, are here for the community and want to make a difference.

Not everyone knows what a parish council looks like and how it works – and it might be different to what you think. Why not get in touch to talk about it?

The Parish Council has two vacancies and invites you to contact the Parish Clerk for further details. Please express your interest by Friday 23 February 2024, for consideration at the Council’s meeting on 5 March.

Photo of flower bed and pit wheel in front of Thornley Village Centre

Have you thought about becoming a Councillor?

Have you ever thought about becoming a Parish Councillor? Are you passionate about your local community and would like to help make sure things run smoothly and improve quality of life in your village? Thornley Parish Council provides a range of services in the village, such as the Cemetery, grounds maintenance, a number of allotments and Thornley Village Centre which provides a wide range of activities and facilities.

The Parish Council has two vacancies and invites you to contact the Parish Clerk for further details. Please express your interest by Friday 15 December 2023, for consideration at the Council’s meeting on 9 January.

Thornley Parish Council seeks two new Councillors

Have you ever thought about becoming a Parish Councillor? Are you passionate about your local community and would like to help make sure things run smoothly and improve quality of life in your village? Thornley Parish Council provides a range of services in the village, such as the Cemetery, grounds maintenance, Thornley Village Centre and a number of allotments.

The Parish Council has two vacancies and invites you to contact the Parish Clerk for further details. Please express your interest by Friday 25 August 2023, for consideration at the Council’s meeting on 5 September.