Councillors & Ward Map
The Town Council in its present format originates from the Local Government Review of the early 1970s, prior to this it was the Westbury Urban District Council. The Council comprises of 15 Members elected on a four yearly basis.
The Town has three Wards (East, North and West) each with five members.
Could you represent your town as a councillor?
Westbury Town Council have two casual vacancies for co-opted councillors in our Westbury West Ward. The council has enough councillors to legally perform its duties but would like to fill these vacancies. Our councillors are the driving force behind all decisions that impact the town and there will be many meetings, events and activities that you can be involved in. The role of a councillor is unpaid but it is a rewarding role and you can really make a difference to Westbury and its community. The only skills you require is a willingness to work hard for a better Westbury and be ready to represent its people.
The deadline for us to receive your applications is Friday 9th June 2023.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Deborah Urch, Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01373 822232.
Co-option Application Form (word version)
Co-option Application Form (pdf version)
The Good Councillor Guide (pdf version)
To view the Councillor Training Matrix please Click Here
In addition to 15 town councillors, Westbury has 3 Unitary Wiltshire Councillors
Unitary Councillor for Westbury East
Unitary Councillor for Westbury North
Unitary Councillor for Westbury West