The Parish Council in Scorton is made up of 7 elected members and a clerk. The Councillors are elected every 4 years and anyone who lives or works in the Parish is generally eligible. The next election is due in May 2027. Meetings are held every month (usually the last Wednesday in the month) in the Scorton War Memorial Institute and all are welcome.
Parish Councils have been in existence for over 100 years and are the closest tier of local government to the people. Scorton Parish Council aims to represent Scorton at both local and national level.
The main responsibilities of the Parish Council are:
- Owning (on your behalf) and maintaining public spaces & buildings (The Green, Bridge Green, Jubilee Green, Mollie Cail Park, Cemetery & the Bus Shelter)
- Providing a voice for the village in matters such as planning, highways, quarry, etc.
- Developing new initiatives, recent ones include new conservation style street lamps, free community broadband, footbridge, seating, and updating the play facilities plus many more …
- Generally ensuring Scorton is a great place to live.
Ian Threlfall (Treasurer & Parish Council Representative for Scorton War Memorial Institute)
David Rafelt (Vice Chair)
Jenny Harper (Parish Council Representative for Tarmac liaison meetings)
Mrs Vicki Raven
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 07513 173762
County Councillor: Carl Les (cllr.Carl.Les@northyorks.gov.uk)
Highways: 0300 1235000
RDC/Local Dog Warden: 01748 829100
Action Fraud: 0300 1232040