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Welcome to Broadbridge Heath Parish Council

The purpose of this site is to provide all residents with information about the Parish Council - its activities and responsibilities.

Broadbridge Heath Parish Council aims to represent the interests of the residents of the parish as a whole and to preserve the environment for the enjoyment of the villagers, visitors and future generations. The Council is responsible for a range of services and also works in partnership with other organisations in the locality.

The Council is always keen to ensure that its priorities and initiatives reflect the wishes of the electorate: all meetings are open to the public and are preceded by a session for public comments. Alternatively, the Clerk or individual Councillors may be contacted if you have any ideas for or concerns about the parish, or any issues with which we may be able to help.


The Parish Council is seeking to appoint an organised and motivated Assistant Clerk / Administrator. Candidates should be capable of working with the Clerk and Councillors to manage the day to day work of the Parish Council.


Click here for the full advert, click here for the job specification and click here for the person specification. 


The closing date for all applications is the 8th of December 2017  




West Sussex County Council have announced works will commence on the proposed Traffic Calming Measures in Broadbridge Heath on Monday 2nd October 2017 for two weeks.  You can read more about those works here.


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Broadbridge Heath has two vacancies for a co-opted Parish Councillor.  If you feel you would like to get involved in making decisions about your local community, local issues and make a significant contribution to the area in which you live then this is the position for you.  Please refer to the Terms of Office listed below to see if you are eligible to apply.

For an application form click here and Terms of Office click here

All Parish Councillors give their time freely, and receive no (or minimal) financial reward for the time devoted to the Council.  Councillors are elected for a four-year term.  Any vacancies during that period are filled either from a by-election or by co-option.