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Welcome to the Clayton le Dale Parish Council Website  providing you with information about the communities of Clayton le Dale and  the activities of the Parish Council.

Parish Councils are the tier of Local Government closest to the people. The next tier of Local Government for Clayton le Dale is Ribble Valley Borough Council and then Lancashire County Council. As it is the authority closest to the people, parish councils are invariably the first place people will go with concerns or ideas.  For this reason they are a vital part of any community

On this website we have tried to outline the roles and services provided by the Parish Council along with the details of our councillors.

The dates of future meetings are available on the website and also copies of the agendas and minutes. Details of other organisations based within the Parish may also be found here.

The contact list which is displayed on this site provides information not only about the Parish Council but also includes contact information for other local government services providers and access to a service for reporting highways and street lighting problems online.