Could you be a local councillor? We have four vacancies

Council meetings are held at Rickards Hall

Edenbridge Town Council is looking to fill vacancies by co-opting four new members to the Council.

Councillors make a huge difference to the quality of life of local people and how local issues are dealt with. They work to improve the prosperity of residents by enhancing the town’s caring community spirit, protecting the environment, and retaining the town’s character.

As a local councillor you will get involved with many interesting projects and issues that affect Edenbridge and our community. The Town Council owns and maintains a number of parks, playgrounds and buildings in the town, and works with a wide range of partners to make Edenbridge a better place to live. This is a great opportunity to be involved at the beginning of the new Council term and help set its vision for the next four years.

If this sounds like something you would like to get involved with, please consider applying by submitting an expression of interest.

Candidates will be invited to attend a full Council meeting and to give a short presentation, up to three minutes, on why you would like to be a Town Councillor and what you feel you can offer the community. Of course, applicants do not have to attend the meeting to be considered. This statement should be submitted whether you are attending the meeting or not.

Thursday 8 June 2023 – express interest and submit presentation statement to the Town Clerk, Caroline Leet, by email to

Monday 19 June, 7.30 pm – Council meeting to consider applications

For an informal discussion please contact the Town Clerk on 01732 865368

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