Pitstone Parish Council (PPC) is one of over 8,700 parish, town, community and neighbourhood councils representing around 16 million people across England.
The first parish council in Pitstone was established at the end of 1894 and consisted of just five seats. Today our council is comprised of ten elected members of the village, who give up their time voluntarily because they are passionate about Pitstone and enhancing the lives of those who live within it.
Local councillors are elected to represent a geographical area known as the parish (ours reaches up into Ashridge and along Stocks Road towards Aldbury) and usually serve a 4 year term.
Our work falls into three main categories:
- Representing the local community
- Delivering services to meet local needs and
- Striving to improve the quality of life in the parish
The parish council is there to represent you, and drive forward the initiatives that you identify as being important to our community. We welcome all your views and encourage you to attend our meetings or become involved in our committees, working parties or community groups. You are welcome to contact any member of the council or the clerk about local issues and you will find all our contact details on this web site.
You can also follow the parish council on Twitter : @pitstone_pc
or subscribe to our Facebook pages : Pitstone Parish Council and/or Pitstone Youth
You can find out more information regarding the workings of the council, our financial position and the services we provide within these web site pages.