What do we do, why & how
Ingleby Arncliffe Parish Council, like all Parish and Town Councils in England, represents the first tier of local government - the one closest and most accessible to the electors. The Council is made up of 5 volunteer Councillors supported by a paid, part time clerk.
The Councillors represent all the electors of Ingleby Arncliffe and Ingleby Cross and have to stand for election every four years. The Parish Council is not a political body and Councillors do not represent any political party when working for the Parish Council.
The aims of the Parish Council are:
The Parish Council also has a number of objectives and some very important duties.
Duties of the Parish Council and its members
Please contact any of the Parish Council for information regarding this page.