How to become a Parish Councillor

The role of Councillor can be rewarding and gives you the chance to contribute to your community, and to take part in shaping the place in which you live or work. At present the Parish Council has vacancies for four Parish Councillors.  If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor now or in the future, please contact the Clerk – Kim Owen

Please Click here for more details on what the role entails. Click here if you want to know more about what responsibilities come with the role.

If you would like to apply for the role of Loose Parish Councillor, please send something in writing to the Clerk. A list of suggested questions that will be asked should an interview for co-option take place  are available- click here. The Clerk is happy to answer any questions and to offer any guidance to any interested candidates.Please telephone 07855 000156 or email 

If you would like to help out on any Loose Parish Council Committees or working groups, rather than becoming a fully fledged Councillor, there are opportunities for you to take part – please contact the Clerk for further details.

We look forward to meeting you.

Loose Elections

Elections for Parish Councillors are held every four years. 

Aside from the election of a Borough Councillor to the Loose Ward, 2019 is also an election year for the parish council. Polling Day is Thursday 2 May, with the parish pavilion being the Polling station for the Loose Parish.

The parish council currently has nine Councillors. It should have thirteen. If enough people come forward wishing to become Councillors, then an election will be held, otherwise those who wish to stand, will be returned uncontested.