Would you like to serve community?

BUCKINGHAM Town Council is looking for people who are interested in becoming a co-opted town councillor.

A vacancy has arisen on the town council following the resignation of Councillor Tony Chan and applications are welcome from people who would like to be involved in the life of the town, which has a population of 12,500, and in making a difference to its residents.

The town council is a Quality Council with 16 proactive councillors and responsibility for two parks, three play areas, the town markets and the cemetery.

It plays an important role in the community, organises or facilitates a variety of events and provides services on behalf of the county council, with an overall budget of over half a million pounds.

If you are interested and would like further information or an application form and details of the co-option process, write to town clerk Chris Wayman via the town council offices in the Buckingham Centre, Verney Close, Buckingham MK18 1JP, call 01280 816426 or email office@buckingham-tc.gov.uk

Visit the town council’s website at www.buckingham-tc.gov.uk

The closing date for applications is noon on Tuesday, February 21.