Parish/Town Council Contact Details

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There are 16 parish/town councils within the borough of tunbridge wells, which vary in size and capacity. as a tier of local government they are elected bodies, with discretionary powers and rights laid down by parliament to represent their communities and provide services for them. they act as a focus for local opinion and provide a way to get things done in a means that is best suited to their local community.

The tunbridge wells agreement is a document which sets out a framework within which tunbridge wells borough council and the 16 parish and town councils in the borough can work together in partnership on matters affecting each individual area. it contains a number of key principles which set out in practical terms how the two levels of local government will work together, for the benefit of the communities they each serve.

Please click here to view the Tunbridge Wells Agreement.

Parish/Town Councils are administered by Parish/Town Clerks – their details, as well as the Chairmen’s and Vice-Chairmen’s are set out on the links below. To view individual Parish/Town Councillors’ Notifications of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests use the following link Notification of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests forms.

 

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