Would you stand for it?
Find out about being a Cornwall Councillor on Saturday 26th January 2013 from 9.30am - 3.30pm at County Hall, Truro
If you care about the area that you live or work in and the issues facing local people, have you considered standing to be a Cornwall Councillor?
As an elected Councillor you will have a number of roles to juggle which will involve balancing the needs and interests of your local community; your political group (if you have one) and the Council. You will be involved in the delivery and monitoring of a range of Council services and have a role in determining how they are provided, funded and prioritised.
Want to find out more?
On Saturday 26 January 2013 we are holding a Councillor Fair event for anyone interested in becoming a Cornwall Councillor. You are invited to:-
- Find out about the role of the Council and plans for the future via a presentation by the Chief Executive of the Council
- Take the opportunity to informally chat to Councillors about their role or ask them a question during our Question Time slot
- Speak to Council staff from the elections service, democratic services, information services, localism, learning and development and equality and diversity regarding how we support you in your role as a Councillor
- Take a guided tour around New County Hall building to view the facilities
- Meet your political group (if you have one) privately during the afternoon if you wish.
Book your place
We will send a finalised agenda nearer the time to everyone who has registered. Alternatively please telephone 01872 322108 to book your place.
If you cannot attend the event but want to learn more about becoming a Councillor you can download the following information leaflets:-
- Would you stand for it?– The role of a Cornwall Councillor
- How we support you to stand for it– How we support Cornwall Councillors
- What to expect when you stand for it– Election day, the count
- How you can stand for it– How to become a Cornwall Councillor