Aldingham Civil Parish is a rural parish of just over 1,000 residents situated on the western shores of Morecambe Bay in south Cumbria. It includes the villages of Aldingham, Baycliff, Dendron, Gleaston, Leece, Newbiggin, Roosebeck and Scales as well as a number of smaller hamlets.
The Parish Council is the lowest tier of local government in the area and is made up of volunteers from the local community. We work in association with South Lakeland District (SLDC) and Cumbria County (CCC) Councils, as well as local residents, to help maintain services in the area.
***WE HAVE 2 CURRENT COUNCILLOR VACANCIES***
BEING A COUNCILLOR IS A VARIED, INTERESTING & REWARDING ROLE.
You need to live in the Parish, be registered to vote & be over 18. Contact the Clerk or any of the Councillors if you are interested.
- NATIONAL GRID CONSULTATION The Parish Council wishes to share with the residents of the Parish their response and concerns about National Grids plans & proposed pylon route.
By clicking on the link, you can read Aldingham Parish Councils’ response to the National Grid Consultation.
7.00 p.m. Thursday 13th July at Gleaston Village Hall