If you wish to start a new e-Petition please click on the link above. There are some notes below which may help you in constructing your e-petition.

You can use the Vote button to cast a vote "For" or "Against" any currently open e-Petitions.

Each e-Petitions will remain open for a period of 90 days.



Guidance Notes

You’ve obviously decided to start your e-Petition because you feel passionate about something that you’d like the Parish Council to address; but before you start, get your thoughts together and ensure that what you’re requesting falls within the remit of a parish (town) council.

Please don’t use the e-Petition system to report pot holes or complain about a planning issue.  The purpose of e-Petitions is to help the council shape the future of the parish in order to improve quality of life and make it it a better place to live and work.

The council will be looking for a 75% support rate before it will consider your case so make sure that other people who read your e-Petition understand what you are trying to achieve and why you feel that it’s important to the community. Get someone else involved when you write your e-Petition or write it offline first and get input from others.

Once your e-Petition has been accepted you will need to talk to friends and neighbours to encourage them to visit the website and vote for your e-Petition; don't rely on casual visitors.

Your e-Petition will be validated before it appears on this website so please ensure you use a working email address and that it is spelt correctly. All e-Petitions have to be sanctioned by the Parish Clerk before they appear.

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