Welcome to the Stalmine Parish Council Website

Stalmine with Staynall Parish Council covers the village of Stalmine and the hamlet of Staynall in North Lancashire. It has 6 parish councillors, one of whom is elected Chairman at the Annual Meeting in May.

The Council employs a Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer who carries out the administrative work associated with the day to day running of the Parish Council. It also employs two Lengthsmen whose job it is to keep the area neat and tidy and to carry out improvement works on behalf of the Parish Council.

The Parish Council is committed to ensuring that it is well run, complies with all the relevant legislation, engages with the local community and works hard to improve things for local people.

About Stalmine

The website contains information about the area, about the meetings of the Parish Council and provides contact details for each Parish Councillor. It also contains minutes of the monthly meeting and the agenda for the current meeting as well as information on those policies and procedures which directly affect residents.

Useful Links

The links page provides links to the various statutory and voluntary agencies in the area and, if you would like a link to your organisation included on the page, please contact the Clerk.

Similarly, if you are a statutory, voluntary, community or faith organisation and have an event you wish to advertise through the news facility, contact the Clerk using the contact page.

Latest News

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Parish Clerk vacancy
Parish Clerk vacancy

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