Do you want to make a difference to your community – why not consider becoming a town councillor?
We currently have 2 vacancies and are seeking pro-active and positive people who have a passion for their town and can commit to volunteering for a few hours each week, including some evening meetings.

Elections for the casual vacancies in the South and North Wards have not been required to take place and the Town Council can now proceed to fill the two vacancies by co-option.

Any eligible person who wishes to be considered for co-option should write to the Town Clerk at the address shown below, providing personal details and stating the reasons they wish to be considered for co-option.

Town Clerk

Hayle Town Council

Hayle Community Centre

58 Queensway


TR27 4NX

01736 755005

There are currently 2 vacancies for Town Councillors, 1 in the North Ward and 1 in the South Ward.  As these vacancies have arisen between the ordinary round of elections (normally every 4 years) they are classed as a Casual Vacancies.


Please click on the links below for further information on becoming a councillor:

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