The Authority has 36 Councillors who represent the interests of local people
The contact details for your local Councillors can be found by accessing the the Councillors and Political Groups area of these pages and then clicking on Councillors' Contacts. The Councillor Call for Action Guidance Notes [277kb]are available for more information.
If you have particular concerns about something that you think the Council can help with, you can speak with your Councillor direct. Even if they can not help you, they may be able to point you in the direction of someone who can.
Please be aware though that your Councillor may not be able to provide you with an answer straight away and may need to speak with particular officers at the Council before responding.
If the issue is of significance in the local area, and the Councillor is not able to resolve the matter informally themselves, the Councillor may be able to refer the matter to the Council's Overview and Scrutiny Committee as a "Councillor Call for Action". This Committee will then look at the matter and make any appropriate recommendations.
Torridge District Council is represented by 36 Members.
See if your councillor can help you.
Torridge District Council is pleased to announce the launch of a new Councillor Community Grants Scheme.
Confidence in local democracy is a cornerstone of our way of life. It can only be achieved when elected and co-opted members of local authorities are seen to live up to the high standards the public has a right to expect from them.