The Parish Council  

A Parish Council is a civil local authority found in England and the first tier of local government. There are over 8000 Parish Councils in England and within Milton Keynes there are 48 Town and Parish Councils. 
The population of Shenley Church End Parish is over 13000, living in around 5000 homes across 576 hectares or 2.3 Square miles. It includes the areas of Crownhill, Medbourne, Shenley Wood, Grange Farm, Oakhill, 
Oxley Park and Shenley Church End. 

Parish Councillors  

The Parish Councillors are volunteers who live or work within a 3 mile radius of the parish. They meet on a monthly basis to discuss issues that affect the local area and Milton Keynes as a whole, and make recommendations for the benefit of the communities they represent. 
The Parish Council is here to represent the local community, working with the local authority and residents to improve the quality of life in the parish as well as working towards ensuring local services meet local needs. We welcome and encourage residents to attend our meetings or become involved with the Parish Council to share their views and ideas. 

Register of Interests  

Each Parish Councillor has to complete a Register of Interest form.  
All Register of Interest forms are sent to Milton Keynes Council and can be found on their website. 
The Parish Council has adopted the Milton Keynes Council Code of Conduct. 
Become a Councillor 
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