Ufford Parish lies within Peterborough City Council area in North-west Cambridgeshire, halfway between the City of Peterborough and the town of Stamford, Lincs.
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Uncontested Election of Parish Councillors – and a Vacancy!
Four councillors have been elected to the parish council at this year’s local elections, leaving one vacancy. Anyone eligible is invited to apply for co-option, which will take place at the next council meeting: Tuesday 10th May 2016.
If you live and/or work within 3 miles of Ufford, are registered to vote in the parish and are interested in giving a few hours a month to representing your fellow residents in local government then contact the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. To find out more about what’s involved you can email or phone the clerk, Catherine Franks, on 01780 765984 or contact any of the current councillors whose details can be found on the Members page.
Annual Parish Meeting
The annual public meeting for the parish will be held at 7.00pm on Tuesday 10th May at Ufford Village Hall. Light refreshments will be served from 6.30pm, giving the opportunity to have a chat with parish councillors, your city councillor and fellow residents.
This year we are delighted to welcome as guest speaker Richard Astle, of the Langdyke Trust.
The parish meeting will be followed by the parish council meeting and AGM.
The agenda for every meeting can be found on the Meetings Agenda page at least three clear days prior to each meeting date.