A parish council is a civil local authority found in England. There are over 8,700 parish and town councils representing around 16 million people. They form the most local level of government and cover many rural and urban areas. Parish and town councils vary enormously in size
Norton Parish Council has an overall responsibility for the well-being of its local community. Its work falls into three main categories, representing the local community, delivering services to meet local needs and striving to improve quality of life in the parish
Norton Parish Council has twelve councillors who meet regularly to make decisions on the work and direction of the council. As an elected body, the Parish Council, through its councillors, is responsible to the people it represents – that is the local community.