Chairwoman's Open Letter

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The Parish Council would kindly remind residents that only information on this official webpage and Facebook page has been sanctioned and authorised by the Parish Council as correct.

Other webpages and Facebook pages that express views concerning the Parish Council cannot be taken as reliable. These individuals express views which have not been sanctioned or authorised by the Parish Council.

The Parish Council meets at Elton Community Centre on the second Monday of the month (excluding August) and welcomes residents to the first part of the meeting.

Chairwoman Maureen Wilson
Elton Parish Council

Elton Parish Council
Open Letter to Residents of Elton
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