WELCOME TO THE
KIPPAX PARISH COUNCIL
Congratulations to Kippax in Bloom for winning a Gold Award in the Yorkshire in Bloom Competition.
Kippax Matters magazine is now available in full to view or download.
See 'Latest News' for information about local walks, how to share your views on Anti Social Behaviour; the Leisure Centre; exciting news about our Library's transformation; information about brown bin collections; a new bus service; the plans Leeds City Council have for our area and Kippax Parish Council's response to these plans.
See 'Events' for details of a new Swimming Programme at Kippax Leisure Centre; a Readers' Group; a new Children's Centre timetable, and to see what's going on in the village.
Kippax Parish Council was established in June 2004. There are 16 Councillors across three wards in Kippax. The Council is an elected tier of local government. The "Parish" refers to the boundaries of Kippax that we serve.
We are local people here to serve the Kippax Community. We are here to help and to improve our village. We also have funds to support community projects.
We hold Parish Council meetings on the third Thursday of each month. Please see the notice boards or this website for further details. Feel free to come along and have your say. There is a 10 minute "public forum" for you to air your views. Or contact a Parish Councillor if you want an issue to be discussed by the Parish Council.
YOUR VIEWS REALLY DO MATTER. GIVE US A CALL OR EMAIL US. CHECK OUT OUR NOTICE BOARDS OUTSIDE THE CO-OP, OUTSIDE KIPPAX LIBRARY, IN THE BUS SHELTER OUTSIDE KIPPAX SERVICE STATION, OUTSIDE GIBSON LANE COMMUNITY CENTRE AND OUTSIDE KIPPAX SPORTS CENTRE.
We would also like to hear from individuals, local groups, organisations, traders and businesses, as we are keen to work in partnership serving the Kippax Community. We are also keen to expand the website and can provide links for local organisations and businesses please contact us for further details.
For information relating to planning applications in Kippax please click here.
Call the Clerk to the Council on 07775 567094 or Click here to email us.