Published: Tuesday, 13th December 2022

Ahead of the local government elections in May 2023, Warwick District Council is holding information sessions for anyone interested in standing to become a District Councillor.

Warwick District Council provides a wide variety of local government services including refuse and recycling collections, planning, licensing and parks and open spaces. Councillors are imperative to the function of the Council including setting the budget, agreeing policies and strategies, providing scrutiny and representing the needs of residents living in their ward.

Chris Elliott, Chief Executive of Warwick District Council said: “Becoming a councillor is a rewarding form of public service that puts people in a position where they can make a difference to the quality of someone's daily life. However, being a councillor is also a lot of hard work, with the needs and interests of many different people needing to be balanced.

“These sessions provide prospective candidates with all they need to know about the role of a District Councillor. If you’re interested, please do come along to find out more.”

Session details

  • 25 January 2023, 6pm – via Microsoft Teams

To register your interest, please email

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