The Nottinghamshire Association of Local Councils is part of a national network representing Town and Parish Councils and Parish Meetings. The aim of the Association is to provide advice, information and support for members, training for clerks and councillors and to represent our members interests on a variety of bodies across the county.
We hope that this web-site will be a source of information for our members, non-members and the general public who may wish to know more about Parish and Town Councils in Nottinghamshire.
We are based at Minster Chambers in Southwell (see the Contact page for full details and a map of our location).
Outside of office hours please refer to our FAQ or log into the National website where you will find Legal Topic Notes, legal briefings, publications and the latest information on Covid.
The Role of the Parish Clerk
Would you like to make a difference in the local community? Would you like to support and assist in the decision making process that affects people living in the local community? Are you committed and enthusiastic about protecting the environment, the countryside and rural communities?
If these things appeal to you and you feel you would like to make a difference then you may wish to consider taking on the role of Parish Clerk. There are numerous vacancies across the county and likely one near you.
If you are interested please click on the following link for more information or select the "Being a Parish Clerk" tab at the top of the page and keep an eye out on the Jobs page of this website for the latest vacancies.
Corona Virus Updates
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the easing of Government restrictions the office telephone is now manned during office hours. The office can be contacted by telephone on 01636 816 890, alternatively via email (email@example.com) or the contact form on our Contact page.
For the latest information on parish council procedural matters please see the National Association website. This area will only display information specific to Nottinghamshire councils.