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Lancaster City Council is made up of 60 democratically elected councillors (also known as elected members).
Councillors are responsible for taking decisions about the provision of important public services such as planning, housing, waste and recycling, street cleaning, leisure and culture.
A Champion is a non-executive councillor appointed to provide a focus on a specific area of the council’s business, or where a community group needs to ensure it is given due regard in relation to the activities of the council. Currently the Council has two champions. Councillor Roger Dennison is the Veterans’ Champion and Councillor Mel Guilding is the Disability Champion.
Be a councillor
Councillors are elected to the local council to represent their local community, so they must either live or work in the area. Becoming a councillor is both a rewarding and privileged form of public service. You will be in a position to make a difference to the quality of other people’s daily lives and prospects.
Last updated: 02 July 2020