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Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council has 63 Councillors, three for each of 21 designated areas of Barnsley known as electoral wards. Barnsley is represented by 3 Members of Parliament (MPs). There are also 18 Parish and Town Councils, representating the more rural areas to the West and East of the Borough.
We are committed to improving the quality of life in Barnsley and want to inspire pride in our town and communities. We believe that it is important that local people are involved in the decision-making processes that affect the way our council is run and how local services are delivered. The Council's Constitution sets out the details of how these processes work. The Council's Annual Report gives more detail on the services provided for local people by the Council.
This section explains how the council is run, what our priorities are and how you can get involved - from electing your local councillors, to voicing your concerns about local issues and telling us how you think we can improve council services.
The agenda and public reports for Cabinet meetings and other Council meetings are available for the public to access on-line. Information on significant matters to be considered at Cabinet meetings over the next four months are given in the Forward Plan of Key Decisions.
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