Wrose Parish Council is an elected body in the first tier of local government. The Parish Council represents local community interests and seeks to improve the quality of life for residents.
There are currently six Parish Councilors who give their time on a voluntary basis to serve the people of Wrose. (In addition there are two councillor vacancies.)
Full council meetings are held on a monthly basis. Recent agenda topics have included commenting on planning consultations, seeking to improve the local environment through flower planting schemes and supporting celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations . To learn more, why not come to one of our full council meetings held at 7pm on the second Thursday of the month at St Cuthberts, Wrose.
Through this website we hope to keep you informed about what the Parish Council is doing and about selected activities happening in Wrose.
There is currently a Wrose parish councillor vacancy Click here for details: Notice of Councillor Vacancy June 2022.docx. Please contact the Clerk if you would like more details on how to apply for this voluntary role.
Please note that many local services are provided by Bradford Metropolitan District Council (BMDC) rather than Wrose Parish Council. You can find details of the services provided by them here: Home | Bradford Council. Details of BMDC councillors can be found here: Bradford Metropolitan District Councillors 22-23.pdf