To be held on Thursday 4th May.

Election of Town and Parish Councillors  (Please click the link below).
Notice of Election – Town and Parish – 4th May 2023[43866]

Election of District Councillors (Please click the link below).
Notice of Election – District – 4th May 2023[43865]

Have you always wanted to be more involved in what happens in your local community?

The common misconception about council members is that all they do is attend council meetings, yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. Being a local councillor has a wide range of responsibilities and rewards, but the most significant aspect of the job is simply having regular interactions with residents in their own neighbourhood.

No one councillor is in charge of any particular decision because the Parish Council functions as a unified non-political body.
Council members speak for their community while being conscious of and sensitive to the concerns of any special minorities.

Oakamoor Parish Councillors receive no remuneration for their attendance or involvement on the Parish Council.

Coronavirus News 28.03.2020

Oakamoor Parish Council has now received advice and information regarding Coronavirus from HM Government and the NHS

Helping People Safely

HM Government have prepared and circulated the following information regarding helping people safely;

please click on the link below:–2/coronavirus-how-to-help-safely

NHS Volunteers

NHS England launched a National Volunteer Initiative on 24/03/20 which continues;

please click on link below:

Local Help

A group of Parishioners have set up a support group: ‘Friends of Oakamoor – COVID-19 support group’

Please click on the link below:

Additionally, Councillors:

Phil Charles,Tel: 01538 702017

Tony Loynes; Tel: 01538 702149

Robert Church Taylor:Tel. 07974 709015

are available to provide support to those who are self isolating or are confined to home.

Community Speed Watch

In response to concerns regarding cars speeding through the village, Oakamoor Parish Council are considering a community speed watch scheme. Details of the scheme are available at

Before the council commits any money to the scheme, it would like to hear what the community thinks of the idea and whether anyone is prepared to volunteer to support it.

Please make your views known by commenting on this notice.

New website

Oakamoor Parish Council is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. Development of the site has been funded through a grant and the council hopes the new site will encourage more public engagement in the workings of the council.

Why not sign up now to receive email notifications of any site updates and publication of minutes/agendas?