Welcome to Pillerton Hersey Parish Council

Parish Councils in England have a number of basic responsibilities in making the lives of local communities more comfortable, many of which are often taken for granted. These powers fall within three main categories: representing the whole electorate within the parish; delivering services to meet local needs; and striving to improve quality of life in the parish.

What is a Parish Council?

There are around 10,000 community, parish and town councils in England and Wales; They are corporate bodies and local authorities. They have a powerful voice to represent local people.

What does this council do?

Parish councils are the part of local government closest to the people. They serve the smallest area and are responsible for the most local of matters. Very importantly, these councils can "precept" - raising a sum collected with the council tax each year to improve facilities and services for local people.

What do the representatives do for me?

Community, parish and town councillors represent the people living in their local area at the closest level to the community. When decisions are being made they are there to put your views across.


If at any time, you require help or further information please don’t hesitate to ask any Council member, email addresses below. You can just click on the address to send a message.


Clerk to the parish council: Alana Collis, clerk.pillertonherseypc@outlook.com

Please note that the Clerk to the Parish Council works part time and therefore the email address may not be monitored on a daily basis. The Clerk will respond to emails when able to.